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for the Zenith
The purpose of education is to edu-
cate for citizenship. At High Point Col-
lege students are not merely enrollees,
but members of the col lege community;
and as we know, it is a special kind of
community. Here we combine the spiri-
tual with the intellectual. We do this in
one continuous effort, and conducive to
the total growth of the student.
Education in our country was started
by the church, so it does not seem
strange to us to combine education and
religion — lv the most enduring societies
of human history." Throughout life, we
will come to appreciate more and more
the influences which have formed us
here and elsewhere.
To the class of 1990, may you go forth
to put knowledge into service and may
your lives be marked by long years of
enlightened citizenship. We are proud
of you, and wish for you God's blessings
as you pursue your goals.
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Dean of Students
Originally from Delaware, Dean Gart Evans chose
High Point College to continue his education and has
since not left. He graduated in 1975, so he knows the
college both as a former student and as an em-
ployee. This year marked his fourth year as Dean of
Students and his ninth year as a staff member. Dean
Evans spent the first five years as the Director of Alumni
Affairs. Student involvement is top on Dean Evans' list
of changes at HPC. He would like to see every one get
involved during their years here because after all,
"High Point is your college."
Dean of the
A college can count itself lucky when the
Dean knows about the school as a former stu-
dent and as an employee. Dean Davis gradu-
ated from High Point College in 1961 and went
on to further his education at Yale University Di-
vinity School and at Drew University. In 1973, he
joined the faculty at HPC as a professor of re-
ligion and in the spring of 1988 he became the
Dean of the College.
Dean Davis is working closely with the Na-
tional Commission, and according to their task,
"We hope to make High Point the best school of
its size and type in the Southeast." He also hopes
that High Point can continue its history of being a
friendly campus on the social side while ex-
panding on the academic side. With all this
change taking place, he stands strong in his be-
lief that High Point College graduates should be
"critical thinkers who are morally and profes-
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High Point College:
A Brief History
High Point College . . . Have you ever
stopped to think of what went into
Puilding it? Where did it all begin?
There were two colleges that were forerunners to High Point Col-
lege. In 1856, Yadkin College opened its doors in Davidson County.
A few years before, Jamestown Female College was established.
Jamestown bumed and was never rebuilt; instead, the girls were
moved to the all male Yadkin College to study. In 1895, Yadkin's
charter was annulled, and it was not until 1914 that the idea of
another college was brought up again.
It was a rainy September 14, 1924 when High Point College
opened after many years of debate on where the Methodist school
should be built. Only three buildings stood on campus at that time,
Robert's Hall, McEwen Hall, and McCulloch Hall. Robert's Hall was
the centre of activity for the college, housing all classrooms, the
chapel, the auditorium, and the cafeteria. McEwen
Hall served the purpose of housing female students
and single female professors. McCulloch Hall was not
complete when the first student arrived; therefore, the
men were housed with area families until the roof
could be put into place.
As the school began to grow, more buildings had
to be added. In 1933, Harrison Hall was built. The
Wrenn Building (1937) was the first library on campus;
now the building has been renovated and houses the
Admissions Office and the computer department. By
1941. the Empty Space Theatre, as it is now known,
was built. This building was the student centre for 31
years until a bigger, more modem Campus Center
was built in 1972. And where would visiting teams stay
if the Field House hadn't been built in 1947?
Once more students took an interest in HPC, more
buildings had to be built for different purposes.
Wesley Hall, a female residence hall, was built in
1953. In 1954, two new classroom buildings were constructed,
Cooke Hall and the Fine Arts Building/ Memorial Auditorium. In
1957, the school needed a new gymnasium, so the Alumni Gym-
nasium was built. Still more students flowed into HPC, so in 1958 and
1964, three new residence halls were built, North, Millis, and Yadkin
Halls. (Yadkin Hall was so named to commemorate Yadkin Col-
lege). In 1967, the sciences got their own home, Haworth Hall of
Science. Mary Irwin Belk Hall, High Point's only co-ed residence hall,
was built in 1968. In 1969, the college added an Infirmary to the long
list of buildings on campus. The Charles Hayworth, Sr. Chapel was
built in 1972, and in 1986, was remodeled due to a fire. In 1984, the
Smith Library was built. New Hall was built in 1987, after McCulloch
was torn down, to house underclass men.
In 1927, HPC graduated its first class of 13 seniors with only three
buildings. Now it's 1990, and HPC is graduating its 63rd class of
nearly 300 seniors with 22 buildings and plans for two new ones.
What's next? Well, by 1991, the college hopes to boast a new
athletic complex for intercollegiate purposes, and before the
twenty-first century, there are plans for a new fine arts center and
What is in store for the future of High
Point College? That is the question that
the 142 members of the National Com-
mission began trying to answer in May
1989. The commission is now faced with
the task of developing a blueprintfor the
future of HPC in order to assist the col-
lege in achieving its full potential. Dr.
Jacob C. Martinson, president of the
college, feels that the Commission is
necessary because "The stronger the in-
stitution, the more it wants to improve.
Most institutions never reach their full
potential." He doesn't want that to be
the case here. Instead, he says "We
want to move into the next decade in a
strong position among academic insti-
tutions in North Carolina and the South-
east. We thought now would be the per-
fect time to look at where we are and
where we want to be 10 years from
The Commission is divided into six
committees; each one concentrating
on a particular aspect of the college's
future ranging from student life to phys-
ical facilities. In January of 1990 each
committee will submit a report to the ex-
On the Future
ecutive committee and a final docu-
ment will be drawn up. "As the college
looks to the future, certain decisions
need to be made concerning how the
institution might best enhance its in-
fluence on the lives of the students and
convey its educational philosophy to a
wider audience. The commission will
provide energy and direction for this
center of learning for many, many years
to come," said President Martinson. The
future of High Point College has never
The Student Government
Association is the governing unit of the
student body at High Point College. Its
members allocate funds to each
organization on campus. SGA is
comprised primarily of executive and
legislature councils, as well as a
judiciary. Collectively, members
discuss issues which are brought
before them. The Student Government
Association is open to all students and
is responsible for overseeing campus
activity through the funding of other
Executive Council: Gart Evans (Advisor). Beth
Edwards (President ). Carolyn Flowers (Treasurer],
Kathy Hughes (Speaker). Pat Patrillo (Budget),
Amanda Huff (Vice-President], Missing: Terry Fox
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1st row: Cyndi Herring, Beth Edwdrds. Van Mallett, Carrie-lyn Hobson, Mandy Huff, Carolyn Flowers.
2nd Row: Lysa Krantz. Kathy Hughes. Jay Amernick, Tom Joesph. Al Arrigoni, Rich Davis. 3rd row:
Stephanie Gray. Leend Quebein. John Tague, Amy Marshall. Jennifer Mallett. Wilson Bounds. Jeff
Howe. 4th row: Kathy Cooper, Chris Cadley. Kevin llarraza. Sherry Scott, Todd Godbey, Michelle
Saunders, Jeremy Dott, Patrick Petrillo. 5th row: Dean Evans, Stacy Depew, Ann Kintigh, Chriss
Grippa. Sarah Turnburke. Leah Chappell, Jamie Lawson, Dana Batten. 6th row: John Harrison. Chris
Premock, Brian Jacobs, Debbie Wellings, Greg Pinsky, Lee Hunter, Andy Brehm
S.GA. helped to sponsor the first
annual High Point College Crop
Beth Edwards. 1989 S.GA. president, successfully
led HPC throughout the year.
A Member of the Dance Committee sets up for
the Homecoming Dance.
Under the direction of Ron Dalton,
Student Union is an organization for
the entire campus to be involved. The
group provides the entertainment at
High Point College. There are social,
cultural, and recreational programs in
which one can get involved. Student
Union offers a chance to have fun
while working on worthwhile projects.
Student Unions plans concerts,
dances, speakers, road trips,
student/faculty mixers, Homecoming
Weekend, and the week-long "Senior
Row 1: Cindy Marzano, Julie Nace, Mary Beth Philips. Leah Chappell. Leena Quebein, Jamie
Lawson, Pat Petrillo, Kevin llarraza, Michelle Saunders, Terry Fox, Rich Davis. Row 2: Robbie Combs,
Nancy Fitzgerald, Carrah Hendersen, Cindy Gladding, Angela Dailey, Jennifer Mallet, Rhonda
Brown, Chad Barker. Dana Lynn Goldinsky, Ron Dalton. Row 3: Serene Quebein. Amy Marshall,
Sarah Turnburke, Pat Graver, Chris Wright, Alisha Atwell.
Executive Council. Row 1: Pat Patrillo. Michelle
Saunders. Mary Beth Phillips. Kevin llaraza. Row
2. Rich Davis. Leena Quebein, Ron Dalton, Leah
Chappell. Jamie Lawson
Michelle Saunders. Co-Chairperson of the
dance committee presents flowers to the
The Hi-Po is a publication by the
students and faculty, for the students
and faculty. The goal of the staff is to
provide the campus with the most
accurate and objective account of
the campus news. The Hi-Po provides
its readers with the "real" story through
students and faculty features, sports,
organizational news, and editorials.
Through hard work and dedication
the four deadlines a semester are
met. The staff responsibilities include
reporting, writing and editing copy,
photography, and layouts. Working on
a college newspaper provides great
experience for any student, especially
those planning a career in journalism
The Staff. Row 1 : Theresa Fowler, Pam Dean, Carrie-lyn Hobson, Karen
Scoff. Row 2: Kelly Sober, Kelly Jenkins, Jamie Lawson. Row 3: Andrew
Ritchie, Meg Waters, Steve Prokop. Row 4: Paul Simpson, Bobby Hayes
(Advisor), Ann Mosca, Austin Aley.
Steve and Carrie-lyn recruit new
staff members at the fall Activities
The Hi-Po Editors: Steve Prokop
(Sports), Meg Waters (Assistant
Editor). Carrie-lyn Hobson (Editor),
and Mr. Bobby Hayes (Advisor).
Angela and Brian are shown working hard (or
hardly working) on copy.
The 1989-90 Zenith Staff was the
largest and hardest working one HPC
has had in years. The staff grew from
a few dedicated students to twenty.
Mr. Ron Dalton took over the job as
advisor to the yearbook this year. The
staff worked hard throughout the fall
First Row: Angela Dailey (copy Editor], Mellissa
Switzer (advertising Editor). Second Row: Brian
Smith (Computers), Christy Rockwell
(editor-in-chief), Lynn Heasley (photography
Editor), Ralph Barber (Layout Editor).
semester and into the spring to meet
the rigid deadlines. The Zenith is a
great opportunity for those interested
in journalism to show their creative
Christy Rockwell worrying about dreadlines.
First row: Allison Webb, Rhonda Brown, Christy
Rockwell, Lynn Heasley. Second Row: Gwen
Martin, Tina Eloian, Amy Aitken, Jeremy Dott,
Caroline Mechler, Melisa Switzer, Lee Wilcox,
JoAnna Kaney. Third Row: Al Arrigoni. Mellisa
Gupson, Mitzi Fields, Julie Nace, Terrence
Donovan. Angela Dailey, Brian Smith, Ron
Dalton (advisor). Not Pictured: Paul Hanlin, Amy
Marshall. Ma Oupachanh.
WWIH is High Point College's
campus radio station. Students in the
radio practium experience the
process of managing, programming,
and operating a broadcast facility.
Students go on the air throughout the
day, as well as producing
pre-recorded promotional spots and
public service announcement for use
on the air. WWIH is more than just a
classroom experience. It is an actual
working radio station broadcasting on
90.3 FM as licensed by the FCC. The
overall format emphasizes new music
— not TOP Forty, but rather the music
that will be on the charts six months to
a year from now. WWIH also features
a number of shows focusing on more
specialized areas of musical style.
First Row: Desmond Dutcher, Merrideth Ziesse, Brian Boger, Austin Aley. Jaye Cohen, Greg Dudley.
Jamie Lawson. Gerald Frasciella. John Reitz. Second Row: Dave Ratchford, Derek Weygandt. Noelle
Blank. Brooks Lockey, Lez Deming, Greg Cioffi. Ron Dalton. Third Row: Dawn Hill. Will MacGill, Kirsten
Martinson. Mark Woolsey. Bryan Baxter, Jusy Hicks, Blaine Ratfe, Christian Skidmore, Mr. Jarrett, Sam
Jeremy Doff and Jaye Cohen are the Station Managers.
Row 1: Jay Shurling, Jeremy Doff, Jay Cohen Row 2: Andy Cornell, Lauri Crowder
This year High Point College
students began a new program
called High Point College T.V, The
program is directed, edited, and
executing completely by the students.
The program is broadcast daily on
Cablevision, Channel 32. The shows
are made up of interviews, sports,
events, campus events, and many
other exciting features. This year the
program was advised by Laurie
Crowder. With the ground that the
staff has broken this year, they hope
to build and expand their
communications department in the
years to follow.
Kirsten Martinson prepares her camera tor
Steve Prokop interviews Woody Gibson.
Baptist Student Union.
Baptist Student Union is composed
of students seeking fun and fellowship.
You do not have to be Baptist or
affiliated with any denomination to be
an active participant. We are students
like you who share concerns and
problems on campus with the goal of
applying biblical principals for today's
problems. B.S.U.'s main purpose is to
provide ways to show our concern by
having Bible studies, visiting homes
and shelters, missions, and having fun
activities as well. We would like to
extend a warm welcome to you at
High Point College. We have weekly
meetings in the Campus Center.
Within these meetings we have guest
speakers, discussions, and plan for
Pam Dean and Kathrine Cooper sport their new BSU t-shirts.
Top Row: Crystal Swaim. Michelle
Oakley. Dana Batten, Mitzi Fields,
Amy Bell. Sallie Frame, Jeff
Lawrence. Bottom: Kathrine
Cooper. Ginger Grubb, Jennifer
Grubb, Pam Dean. Amy
Leatherman. Janet Byrd. Keena
Williams, Allison Elledge, Frank
Smith (advisor, not pictured]. Not
Pictured: Cindy Smith. Ashlry Brim.
Deborah England. Mike Bell. James
Noel. Joel Piddle, Anne Evans.
Robert Edwards. Sandra Shore,
Tanya Apperson, Amanda Craft.
Michelle Brown is on her way to pass out snacks
in the Resident halls.
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega is a National
co-ed service Fraternity based on the
ideals of leadership, friendship and
service. It is the largest undergraduate
fraternity in the nation.
This year the brothers had their work
cut out for them. With only six active
brothers and a dedicated pledge
class. They sponsored four
bloodmobiles worked at the Open
door Shelters once a month made ID's
on campus, sponsored an escort
service, and put out a student
directory. APO did numerous projects
around campus and worked with
many organizations. APO also
sponsored a food and clothes drive
for the victims of Hurricane Hugo.
With all these projects they also had
time for fun, too.
Back Row; (Brothers) Whitney Rodgers, Timothy James Noel, Mary Clark, Nancy Fitzgerald, Andy
Rice, Jonathan West, Griffin Briggs. Kim Flynt, Cindy Harvey.
Leonhardt, Michelle Brown. Front Row: (Pledges]
Above Officers: Back Row: Kim Lanhardt
(secretary), Jonathan West (treasurer), Michelle
Brown (Vp-Service). Front Row: Tim Rice
(President). Griffin Briggs (Vp-Membership).
Left: Tim Rice was the President of APO this year.
The Clown Club is a small
organization dedicated to providing
laughter and good times. This group
serves the community by visiting
hospitals, nursing homes, school fairs,
and entertaining at children's birthday
parties. The Clown Club is always
looking for another funny face to join
The Clowns: Row 1: Julie Nace, Ron Do/ton.
Cindy Gladding. Row 2: Carlo Zumot, Leena
Quebein. Alda Zumot.
What a bunch of clowns!!!
Leena helps Cindy get her make-up on before their next appearance.
The clowns drop in on the children at High Point Regional Hospital and bring them balloons to
brighten their day.
The Minnewaunka crew before their return from Michigan.
Row 1: Jamie Lawson, Cindy Herring, Carolyn Flowers. Row 2: Amy Marshall, Pat Patrillo. Laurie
Crowder, Dottie Souder.
The GET HIP (Get Everyone Together
High Point College) was started in
August 1989 by five High Point College
students while attending the American
Youth Foundations National
Collegiate Leadership Conference in
Michigan. The Purpose of this
organization is to get students
involved in the many campus
organizations and also to facilitate
better communications between the
organizations. Each Spring a new
group of students will be selected to
attend this conference.
These Four are ready to put the spark back into
Jamie Lawson says, "Lets GET HIP!"
The purpose of the American
Chemical Society is to promote interest
in chemistry. The activities of the club
supplement and enhance the
academic program in areas such
current research, special programs,
and field trips. The student members
visited Oak Ridge National
Laboratories for technical courses and
took a field trip to Lithium Corporation
for a tour of their manufacturing and
research facilities. The society
sponsored and co-sponsored many
activities including providing jurors for
the N.C. Student Academy of Science
Research Sumposium, speakers on
current scientific information, and a
Freshmen Chemistry Award. ACS
encouraged participation in local
professional meetings, presented at
assembly during a school visitation,
and sold T-shirt and lab coats as a
service project. We are proud of the
variety of projects and academic
achievements of the student affiliates
of ACS during 1989-90.
First row: Julie Readling (Vice-president],
Sandra Shore (Secretary]. Second row:
Monica Hedrick (Treasurer), Mary Beth
Downs (President). Third row: Dr. G. Bowman
and Dr. W. Painter (Advisors).
Biology Majors Club
The purpose of the Biology Majors
Club is to promote interest in biology,
especially in areas of current
research. It provides an opportunity for
students and biology faculty, as well
as other biologists to share and
interact. The club also creates an
awareness of opportunities, current
trends, special programs, and
developments in the area of biology.
The activities of the club are designed
to supplement and enhance the
regular academic program.
Front Row: Gina Hendrix (treasurer), Robert Edwards (vice-president], Julie Readling (secretary), Jeff
Lawrence (president). Back Row: Dr. Leo Weeks, Dr. John Ward. Dr. Fred Yeats, Dr. Gerald Smith
First Row: Robert Edwards, Joley Crowe, Julie Readling, Sandra Shore, James Snyder. Second Row:
Kim Long, Angela Dailey, Shannon Puffenbarger, Beth Edwards, Wendy Ruiter. Greg Campbell,
Edwina Crady. Third Row: Gina Hendrix, Brian Whiteford, James Homiak, Carl Little, Samantha
Baugass, Debbie Wellings. Fourth Row: Dr. Leo Weeks, Dr. John Ward, Dr. Fred Yeats, Dr. Gerald
Smith, James Noel, Jeff Lawrence.
Officers Vicky Andersen (President) and Ginger
Delta Mu Delta is a honorary
business organization which was first
developed in one of New York State's
prestigious universities. We take pride,
each semester, in inducting students
with achieved grades and excellence
in the business field. The chapter at
High Point College began with just 10
members and is happy to note to
have grown tremedously over the
Front Row Anita Andrews, Terri Fox, Vicky Andersen, Susan Huff. Ginger Grubb, Jennifer Grubb
Kathenne Cooper, Jean Mercer. Back Row: Sherri Scott, Leena Quebein, Cynthia Marzano, Michelle
Saunders, David Redd, Donna Sanders.
The Administrative Management
Society (AMS) was formally
established at High Point College in
1988. Over the last year, membership
has risen from 14 to 45 members
making it one of the largest
organizations on campus.
AMS is currently the largest
management society in the United
States and Canada. It consists
primarily of executives already in the
business world and only recently has it
adopted college chapters. So far
there are over 80 college chapters in
existence and 250 senior chapters,
This gives students a great advantage
since they can interact with people in
their own field.
Last year AMS at High Point College
was covered in a national
MANAGEMENT WORLD. Also, two
members attended The International
AMS Seminar in Los Angeles,
California for a week long convention.
Above all, AMS is a great way to
meet new people and gain valuable
knowledge of the business world.
Tjark Bateman — Vice President. Marc Scholar — Treasurer, Sherry Scoff
— Secretary. C Thomas Joseph — President.
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First row: Scott Reefe. Michelle Okerlin. Michelle Saunders. David Redd, Dave Bowers. Tim Matthews. Greg Pinsky. Second row Michelle Combs
Leena Quebein. Sherry Scott. Candy Swing. Lynn Potts. Denise Bickley. Tom Joseph. Tjark Bateman. Third row: Cindy Marzano Ron Sotall Mark '
Scholar. Tim Rosebrock. Louis Federico.
Angela Dailey reflects on the weekend retreat
spent in the Mountains.
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The American Humanics Student
Association at High Point College is
one of 17 selected colleges and
Universities which hosts this
nation-wide organization. Operating
through the Department of Behavioral
Sciences and Human Services, AH
provides experimental learning
designed to enrich the classroom
instruction. AHSA provides the
opportunity for the students to create
social and cultural interaction with
fellow students and current successful
career professionals through seminars,
field trips, community programs, an
annual retreat, and an annual
Management Institute. Since 1965, the
AHSA at High Point College has Peen
open for membership to any student
at the college.
"Free Time" at the annual Fall Retreat to camp Cheerio.
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The American Humanics Members at the annual Fall Retreat.
Ramke, and Pat Haun.
the advisors are Dr. Goedeke. Dr.
American Humanics attempts to teach
practical problem solving that can be applied
to any situation.
The Physical Education Majors Club
consists of students that are planning
futures as educators, trainers, and
therapists. With the wide variety of
concentration, they benefit each other
by communicating and exchanging
ideas. All club members belong to the
North Carolina Alliance for Health,
Officers: (top to bottom) Dexter Gilmore (President). Jerri Edwards (Vice
President), Susan Godoy (Program chairman). Tracy Mclver (Secretary!
Physical Education, Recreation,
and Dance. This statewide
organization allows the members to
meet, communicate, and exchange
new and innovative ideas. Through
this students are able to share
fundraising and campus activity ideas
with other colleges in the area.
Row 1: Brad Teague. Annette Law-
son, Buddy Thorburn. Kevin Hudson.
Row 2 Rhonda Wright, Jimena
Vargus. Buckley Garber, Chip Petri.
Rick Cranford. Standing: Micheal
Herdon, Tracy Mclver. Susan Godoy.
Jerri Edwards. Dexter Gilmore.
The Admissions Staff: Row 1: Jennifer Sahhar
(Prowler Advisor], Joan Betsili, Donna Beck, Row 2:
Michael Lamphier, Tim Albert. Jim Schlimmer.
Sponsored by the Admissions Office,
the Panther Prowlers are a select
group. Prowlers host prospective
students and their families on campus
tours which provide valuable
information about the High Point
College experience from a student's
Prowlers listen intently at their training session.
point of view. Also, the Prowlers assist
the Admissions Counselors with
visitation days held three times a
semester. Other highlights of the year
are the appreciation dinners, t-shirts,
and group trips.
Row 1: Michele Brown. Jenny Reid. Patrick Graver.
Cora McGuire. Sandy Sarnowski. Ellen Albright,
Jennifer Sahhar. Row 2: Andy Ritchie, Lee Wilcox.
Sobrina Bowen. Jenny Dudley. Julie Roberson.
Beth Harrison. Maxine Monroe. All Sprigg. Gary
Rekenberger. Elizabeth Walter. Row 3: Jamie Law-
son. Kevin Hudson, Leoh Chdppell. Patrick Petrillo.
Amy Marshall, C.L Proulx, Jenn Petri, Samantha
Silva. BJ. Dillon, Greg Dudley. Rich Turbe. Row 4:
Suzanne Sielaty. Anne DeVaro. Shannon Puffen-
barger. Amanda Hermann. Row 5: Corrine Buono-
core, Dan Vasti. Kevin llarraza. Sarah Turnburke. El
Peters. Kim Jones. Terrence Donovan. Mitzi Fields.
David Doyle. Missy Martin. Lisa Farmer. Robbie
Combs. Row 6: Victor Venier, Andy Cornell. Helen
Berg. Natalie Copies. John Holloway. Crystal
Swain. Jon Simons. Michael Bernsten.
Ron Law congratulates Jennifer McGuire-Robb on
her initiation into Alpha Psi Omega.
Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega is an honorary
fraternity for those who dedicate
many hours into the Theater Arts. Their
immeasurable contributions, whether
on stage or behind the scenes, earn
them a place in the national cast of
Alpha Psi Omega,
Row 1: Reed Valentine, Jenny McGuire-Robb, Ron
Law (Advisor). Row 2: Amy Slavin, Jay Amernick
Brian Jacobs. Row 3: Leena Quebein. Lynn Terry. Jr.
(President], Andy Brehm
The poker gang from The Odd Couple try to cheer
up Felix, played by Brian Jacobs.
The Tower Players, led by Ron Law,
is a group of students who share an
interest in the theatre. Theatre majors
and non-majors come together for
their moment in the spotlight (or
behind the scenes). They combine
their interests in acting singing,
dancing, and technical work to
present 3 productions a year.
Following the summer production of
Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap, the
89-90 season began with a successful
production of Arthur Miller's The
Crucible. The season continued with
Neil Simon's The Odd Couple in
December, and Girl Crazy, a musical,
in the spring.
Director Ron Law plays his part behind the scenes ot The Crucible.
A scene from The Crucible.
Row 1: Reed Valentine, Amy Slavin,
Meredith Zeisse, Jamie Lawson, Will
MacGill, Jenny McGuire-Robb, Ron
Law (Advisor), Phil Fagans, Kathy
Hughes, Terrance Donnavan. Row 2:
Sara Lamb, Julie Nace, Ted Simon,
Louis Federico, Rhonda Wright, Dee
Dee Cover, Jay Amernick, Gus
Teague. Row 3: Leena Quebein, De-
smond Dutcher, Brian Jacobs (Pres-
ident), Roger Predmore, Lynn Terry,
Jr., Al Arrigoni, Andy Brehm. Not pic-
tured: JeffQuintivell (VP), and Cindy
Society for Political and
The Society for Political and
Historical Awareness is dedicated to
promoting interest in historical and
political affairs. We are active
members of the North Carolina
Student Legislature and each year we
attend the National Model United
Nations in New York City, We plan
special events year round and always
welcome new members, regardless of
Through the Society, Carolyn Flowers, President,
spent two weeks with an internship in Washington
Members of the society explain to
the freshmen what they are all
Row 1: Cindy Smith, Chad Barker.
Christine Cadley. Carolynn Flowers.
Michelle Saunders, Row 2: Franki
Norris. Jeff Howie, Rich Turbe, John
Simon, Derek Yates. Row 3: Tim
Millmore. Thomas Claggett. David
Duncan, Sam Spagnola.
These College Republicans are behind Bush all
After a brief absence from the High
Point College campus, the "new and
improved" College Republicans have
returned. The club began the year
with a few organizational meetings.
The club got it's first advisor, Dr. Allen
Goedeke. The club's constitution was
Christine Cadley, David Duncan. Amanda Huff
(President], Brian Soger, Andrew Brehm (Founder).
approved and after the College
officially recognized the Republicans,
the officers were elected and
installed. The club hopes to bring in
Republican leaders to speak, as well
as sponsoring occasional debates on
the High Point campus.
Officers Christine and Amanda say, "Vote Repub-
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College Republicans show off their spirit after a
Puerto Rican students serve some of their native
foods at an international open house.
The International Club aims to
increase international awareness and
understanding among its members. It
helps students to gain an
appreciation for cultural differences
from their own. The club has an
annual international lunch that is
prepared by the students. They also
have several presentations and
discussions on international topics led
by faculty or students.
Cynthia Marzano. Serene Qubein, Mario Gomez.
Barbara Blake, Dr. Carole Head (Advisor). Carlo
Zumot (President), not pictured — George Soft
Row 1: Serene Qubein, Alda Zumot. Row 2: Luis
Marquez. Dee Dee Coover, Mario Gomez, Pepe
Somoza. Kyle Thompson, Dexter Gillmore. Jimeno
Vargas. Row 3: Dr. Susan Linker. Julie /Voce, Stacey
Becker, Marcus Cross, Ma Ounphachanh, Thomas
Ingram. Row 4: Paivi Tapaninen. Cynthia Marzano.
Leena Qubein, Katherine Cooper, Dora Johnson.
John Beale. Row 5: Niyada Korpaharasoontom,
Barbara Blake. Sabina Jasinski, Kristie Huneycutt.
Sharyn Sazama. Row 6: Carta Zumot. Ms, Tama
Patton. Ms. Guillermina Elissando, Mr. Johnny
McGee. Dr. Carole Head, Dr. Kathleen Olson, Drew
Sheldrick, James Noel, Omar Shaban.
Mr, J. McGee (advisor], Cindy Marzano (President!.
Kim Wilson (Vice-President).
Sigma Delta Pi honors those
students who attain excellence in the
study of the Spanish language,
literature, and culture. It allows
students with a common interest in the
Hispanic language to meet and
participate in various activities. It also
offers a chance for Spanish speaking
students to exchange their ideas,
concerns, proPlems, and knowledge.
To gualify, students must have
completed three years of
college-level Spanish, with at least
one level three class. Students must
have above a 3.0 and rank in the
upper 35% of their class.
Phi Sigma lota officers: Michelle Duffee (Secretary). Cindy Marzano
(Vice Pres.). Alda Zumot (PresJ. Dr. Head (advisor).
Sigma Delta Pi: Row 1: Noelle Blank, Cindy Mar-
zano, Kim Wilson, Row 2: Mr. McGee, Diane Ger-
rish, Carlos Prados.
Phi Sigma lota i§j|
Phi Sigma lota honors are for
students who have achieved the junior
level with at least a 3.0 average in
their entire college work as well as all
foreign-language courses. Also they
must rank in the top 35 percent of
their class in general scholarship. It
promotes international awareness and
understanding. It also attempts to
accomplish peace among nations.
Phi Sigma Iota: Row 1: Ronnie Jewell. Dr. Olson.
Carlo Zumot. Michelle Saunders, Sharyn Sazama,
Sabina Jasanski. Michelle Dufee, Dr. Carole Head.
Row 2: Dr. Thompson. Mr, McGee. Diane Gerrish.
Alda Zumot, Cindy Marzano. Noelle Blank, Melissa
Kathy Cooper prays at the end of the meeting
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The FCA purpose is "to present to
athletes and coaches, and all whom
they influence, the challenge and
adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as
Savior and Lord, serving him in their
relationship and in the fellowship of
the church." Jimmy Burchette, the club
advisor, helps the students and
FCA listens to their guest speaker
athletes involved prepare programs
for Thursday night meetings. Each
Christmas, the group prepares fruit
baskets to deliver to the sick in the
hospital during the holidays.
According to Mike Bell (President), "It
doesn't matter if you are an athlete or
a Christian, as long as you sweat."
Steve Wall and other members pray
The 1989 Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Alpha Delta Theta
The Sisters of Alpha Delta Theta
strive for that which is honorable and
beneficial to the college and
surrounding community. We have a
great deal of fun and fellowship as
we work together to help others.
Working under the motto of "Sisters in
the service of God" their philanthropy
projects were at their highest. They
participated in the CROP Walk and
provided Halloween treats for the
children at the Mills Home.
The bonds of sisterhood were not
only strengthened through service
projects but also through our annual
fall retreat, parties, and going out to
eat. There's nothing like a dance to
get everyone's spirits soaring. The
Yellow Rose Formal was a great
evening as we celebrated our 35th
Anniversary. This year we had much to
celebrate such as new members,
great fun, and wonderful fellowship.
As a sister, you are encouraged to be
yourself and challenged to be the
best you can be.
Row 1: Sandra Shore, Sallie Smith
Keena Williams, Crystal Swain. Row 2
Cindy Marzano, Sabina Jasinski.
Dana Batten, Libby Hayes.
The Women's Complex Staff: Row 1: Veronica
Royer, Risa Poniros (Area Coordinator], Susan Huff
(Assistant Area Coordinator), Dana Batten. Row 2:
Dawn Linky, Kim Wilson, Stacey Becker, Christy
Rockwell. Leah Chappell. Missing: Beth Edwards,
Paige Alvarez, and Colleen Perry.
The Resident Assistants are carefully
selected by the faculty of Student Life.
The RAs are students assigned to
each residence hall to serve as
counselors, information resources, they
administer hall operations, and
enforce the college policies and
regulations. They are trained
personnel who encourage individual
student development and
responsibility within a group living
environment. They are available to
assist and serve students in any way
The Belk Staff: Carrie-lyn Hobson, Todd McVey (Area Coordinator], John
Harrington, Leena Quebein.
The New Hall and Millis Staff. Row 1:
Steve Prokop (Assistant AC], Tom
Joseph, Jay Cohen, Greg Dudley,
Jamie Lawson. Row 2: Marc Scholar,
Mike Sparrow, George Chabody,
Brian Smith. Dave Powell (Area Coor-
dinator], Kurt Guyer.
New students had an opportunity to get
acquainted with the upperclassmen at the
The 1989 Student Orientation Staff
worked hard to get the freshman class
ready for their first year of college. The
Staff held meetings with the Class of
1993 to give them a better
understanding of student life. High
Point College, the city, and the
surrounding areas. Headed by
Amanda Huff, the Orientation
Committee, Staff, and Advisors (Gart
Evans and Pat Haun) completed the
most successful Orientation yet.
Student Orientation Staff: Row 1: Pat Graver, Van
Mollett, Angela Dailey. Cindy Mariano. Kim Leon-
hardt, Michele Brown. Row 2: Robbie Combs, Jay
Amernick, Amanda Huff, Serene Qubein, Anissa
Yates. Paula Mellinger. Row 3: Cyndi Herring.
Jennifer Wieler, Julie Taylor, Amy Marshall, Steph-
anie Morris, Jason Ferrall, Ralph Barber, Jenny
Reid. Row 4: Mike Parillo, Kendra Brown, Aileen
Radinsky, Sfaae McElroy, Stacy DePew, Jerry Fox,
Rich Davis. Jeff Howie. Sam Lowery. Row 5: Kevin
llarraza. Steve Piazza, Kathy Hughes, Brian Jacobs,
Colleen Perry. Not pictured: Paige Alvarez, Tjark
Bateman. George Chaboudy. Dana Conte, Des-
mond Dutcher, Beth Edwards, Keith Fielding,
Cindy Gladding, Jim Homiak, Sabina Jasinski, Ann
Kintigh. Mike Lisansky, JP Lunn, Cindy Overcash,
Amy Parker, Jeff Quintavell. Sherry Scoft. Rich
Turbe. Jami Walsh. Merrideth Ziesse, and Carlo
Orientation Committee: left to right: Angela
Dailey, Brian Jacobs, Amanda Huff
(Chairperson), Pat Graver. Kendra Brown,
Though only in its first year on the
High Point College campus, the
Writing Fellows program has already
made several positive impressions. It is
a peer tutoring program that offers a
collaborative approach to teaching
writing skills. The Fellows focus on
student writing and strive to create an
atmosphere of collaborative learning.
Their comments, both in writing and
conference, are designed to guestion
students rather than criticize them, to
elicit thought rather than evoke fear.
Other Opportunities for students to show their writ-
ing abilities are through the Writers Club and
Row 1 Dr. Moehlman, Simon Marks, Christy Hale.
Michele Williams. Row 2: Rhonda Brown. Tracy
Morris. Kerry McKnight. Andrew Ritchie. Kristen
Martinson. Jackie Clark. Andy Flynt.
Courses followed can cover all
departments. By providing writing
instruction in courses not designed
specifically to teach writing, the
Fellows help students learn to tailor
their prose to fit different writing
situations. This year's Fellows were
excited to be a part of this needed
program and hope the excitement
Dr. Moehlmann is the advisor to the Writing Fel-
North Carolina World
The North Carolina World Trade
Association is comprised of volunteers
from business and the private sector,
supported by federal, state, and local
government officials, educators, and
others who are actively involved in
reversing the United States trade
deficit. The NCWTA is the largest state
organization of its kind in the country.
The NCWTA officers: Derek Weygandt (President),
Barbara Blake, Cyndi Marzano, Melissa Switzer
Not pictured: Kathy Cooper [Vice President)
The student affiliate chapter of High
Point College offers students a
chance to be exposed on a more
practical level to world trade and
those involved with it. Students
participate in monthly meetings held
in various cities throughout North
The Odyssey Club is the official
honors student organization of High
Point College. The purpose of the club
is to provide an extension for the
promotional activities of the Honors
Program and to create opportunities
to enhance the cultural and
intellectual interest on its members.
Among the activities planned for the
year are: to attend plays and other
cultural events, a Christmas Party, and
a College Bowl.
Front: Tracy Stanley (Cultural Program Chairman],
Debbie Wellings (President). Lisa Farmer (Sec-
retary). Back: Advisors Dr. Piacentino and Dr. Baker.
Row 1: Tracey Stanley. Brent Joyce, Kyle Thompson,
Lisa Farmer, Curtis Hoover, Wilson Bounds, Wendy
Ruiter. Row 2: Brian Coe. Christy Colston, Debbie
Wellings, Janet Kennedy. Libby Hayes. Christy Hale.
Row 3: Dr Piacentino. Dr. Baker, Mitzi Fields. Deborah
Zarangue. Andy Flynt, Kim Mingers.
At the beginning of the junior
year, the 20 students with the
highest cumulative GPA are
designated as the Junior Marshals
for the Academic Year. They are
announced at the beginning of the
Spring Term and presented at the
Spring Honors Convocation
Front Row: Cindy Mariano, Michelle Saunders, Back Row: Jeff Lawrence, Jennifer Grubb, Ellen
Ban, Dr. Ward (Faculty Marshal).
HPC JUNIOR MARSHALS
George A. Shouse (Co-Chief]
Jennifer A. Grubb (Co-Chief)
Ellen S. Barr
Patricia A. Blackburn
Pamela K. Harrison
Regina L. Hendrix
Cynthia H. Ingram
Brian L. Jacobs
Jeffrey H. Lawrence
Kimberly M. Payne
Camille E. Pearce
David J. Riedl
Michelle R. Saunders
Kay M. Shaver
Kristi H. Wilmoth
Deborah M. Zeringue
1990 Junior Marshalls
Deborah K. Ashley
Noelle G. Blank
Thomas V. Clagett IV
Katherine L. Cooper
Diane F. Gerrish
Teresa L. Hayworth
Lynn N. Heasley
Ronnie Dale Jewell, Jr.
Kevin Shane Neal
Leena Amal Qubein
Lisa K. Smith
Rhonda L. Stewart
Emily B. Whitley
Patsy M. Willard
Jean M, Williamson
1st Row: Sandy Lightfoot, Crystal Swaim, Kyle Thompson, Sherry Pat
terson, Leigh Stewart, Edwina Crady, Chad Barker, Janet Byrd, Terry
Fox, Monica Hedrick. 2nd Row: Theresa Shea, Cindy Marzano, Lisa
Farmer, Kim Mingus, Rhonda Brown Martin Kolezynski, Tracey Stanley.
Brent Joye, Lynn Heasley. 3rd Row: Kristie Huneycutt. Dana Batten,
Alisha Atwell, Mitzi Fields, Leah Chappell, Allison Elledge, Terry
Kearsey, Jeff Lawerence. 4th Row: Steve Hughes, Todd Mattheisen,
Noelle Blank, Brian Jacobs, Merideth Zeisse.
Presidential Scholars are chosen
every year from high school seniors
interested in attending college.
They are chosen on their academic
standing, personality, and potential
to maintain high academics in
college. Potential scholars are
chosen by the admissions staff and
Paige Alvarez, Senior
Alisha Atwell, Freshman
Chad Barker, Sophomore
Dana Batten, Junior
Noelle Blank, Junior
Craig Brown, Freshman
Rhonda Brown, Junior
Janet Byrd, Senior
Leah Chapell, Sophomore
Thomas Clagetti, Junior
Jacqueline Clark, Sophomore
Chris Clymer, Freshman
Katherine Cooper, Junior
Edwina Crady, Sophomore
Allison Elledge, Freshman
Lisa Farmer, Freshman
Mitzi Fields, Freshman
Andy Flynt, Sophomore
Terri Fox, Senior
John Harrington, Senior
Melanie Harrison, Junior
Jerrie Hayes, Sophomore
Lynn Heasley, Junior
Monica Hendrix, Senior
must complete a two part process:
first, the application phase, and
second the interview process on
campus always conducted in
February. Those scholars finally
chosen receive a scholarship. To
renew these scholarships every
year, a 3.0 GPA or higher must be
Regina Hendrix, Senior
Maria Hill, Freshman
Carrie-Lyn Hobson, Senior
Robert Hoskins, III, Junior
Jefferey Howie, Sophomore
Stephen Hughes, Sophomore
Kristie Huneycutt, Senior
Brian Jacobs, Sen/or
Dora Johnson, Sophomore
Kristen Jones, Junior
David Joye, Freshman
Terry Kersey, Jr., Sophomore
Martin Kolezynski, Freshman
Michael Lancaster, Senior
Jeffery Lawrence, Senior
Sandy Lightfoot, Freshman
Wendy Loflin, Freshman
Cindy Marzano, Senior
Todd Matthiesen, Sophomore
Kristen McCoy, Sophomore
Kim Mingus, Freshman
Heather Moore, Freshman
Kevin Neal, Junior
Angelia Palmer, Junior
maintained. Being a Presidential
Scholar can be a rewarding
experience. Not only is there an
incentive to make the best grades
possible, but also a chance to
meet and become prospective
students for the future of HPC.
Sherry Patterson, Freshman
Laura Peoples, Senior
Krista Piercy, Junior
Shannon Puffenbarger, Freshman
Sharyn Sazama, Senior
Theresa Shea, Senior
Katherine Sheppard, Junior
Melissa Shuskey, Junior
Tammy Simon, Junior
Tracey Stanley, Sophomore
Ronda Stewart, Junior
Donna Stutz, Sophomore
Crystal Swaim, Freshman
Julie Taylor, Senior
Henery Thompson, Freshman
Darlene Tiedeman, Freshman
Victor Venier, Jr., Freshman
Debbie Wellings, Sophomore
Jennifer Wieler, Sen/or
Jean Williamson, Junior
Kristi Wilmoth, Senior
Merrideth Ziesse, Sophomore
With an overall record of 13-2 and an
undefeated season in the conference,
the Women's Tennis team had one of
their best seasons in a few years. They
finished second in the district, losing
only to Guilford College. According to
Coach Kitty Steele, "winning the
conference championship was the
highlight of our season. We did it
through teamwork. With three seniors
returning, the team was a strong one
that had hopes of winning
Conference, District and gualifying for
Nationals as the number one team in
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" Second Place NAIA District 26 Tournament
Elon College 20 Points.
" SchererlTapaninen District Doubles Champions.
Front Row: Stacey Scherer, Theresa Shea, Kandi
O'Connor [mvp]. Back Row: Kristie Mackey, Erin
Quinn. April Rightmire, Mami Harada. Paivi Tap-
"We ended our season on a successful note by
achieving our goal-winning the Carolinas Confer-
ence." Kitty Steele
L-R D. Ray, T. Stanley. J. High. T. Kersey, T. Hodgin. C.
Haney. J. Seedor.
"Great season for both the men and women. Ter-
rific come back. "
Cross Country Roster
Beth Gregory Junior
Cynthia Harvey Freshman
Sue Mosher Junior
Stacey Shober Junior
Tracey Stanley Sophomore
John High Junior
Tom Hodgin Junior
Terry Kersey Sophomore
David Ray Freshman
Jason Seedorf Freshman
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This year High Point College
reintroduced a sport known to the
men and introduced a new sport to
the women. Cross Country returned
after fourteen years to the fall sports
roster. Even though Coach Davidson
did not have the number of runners he
wished to have he felt the season
went well. The Women's team finished
as co-champion in the Carolina
Conference and District 26, while the
Men finished second in both. Cindy
Harvey, Freshman was the state runner
for the Women and set the record for
the 3.1 mile race in the tournament
with a time of 21 minutes and 54
seconds. John High, Junior, was the
Men's state runner and broke the
standing record for the five mile race
with a time of 25 minutes and 37
seconds. Coach Davidson hopes to
start next season by recruiting new
runners for the team.
High Point College soccer recorded
its best season in many years. Coach
Gibson noted that the team's biggest
highlight this season was winning the
Conference Tournament against
Belmont Abbey. The Panthers had the
home field advantage as the
tournament was held at High Point
College this past fall.
The success of the season can be
attributed to the many outstanding
players. Senior Dexter Gillmore set a
new school record with 18 goals this
past season. Adam Duff contributed
15 assists, while Yves Fischer, Junior
Goal Keeper, had 12 shutouts. Junior
Thomas Ingram played a good
season which landed him a spot as
an All-American player. The Panthers
played well this season and their
success is expected to carry over into
the 1990 season as well.
Row 1: Tim Meyler, Yves Fischer. Wayne
Johannessen. Row 2: Rick Cranford, Doug
Deveney. Chris Davis, Jimmy Perrone. Thomas
Ingram, Dexter Gillmore, Joe Ranucci. Mike
Hatfield. Aaron Tooley. Row 3: Mark Hodor, Brett
Taylor, Jerry Cutler, Adam Duff, Scott Kruger, Bill
Hopkins. Bill Boyer. Darren Huber. Marcus Cross,
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HPC soccer fans present a banner to the team
to cheer them on at a home game.
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Adam Duff, #17, eases the ball away from a
Pembroke State opponent.
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Goal Keeper Yves Fischer received honorable mention for the NAIA Ail-American Team.
This year Coaches Kitty Steele and
Leslie Clark led a young team through
a season of heavy competition. Even
though their record was not as good
as the coaches had hoped, "this
years team was undoubtedly the best
team with which to work in many
years." With the help of six seniors, the
team made it to the Deep South
Tournament. As a result of this
tournament, seven players qualified
for the Southeast Tournament held in
Virginia Beach, VA, which is the next
step towards the Nationals to be held
at Catawba College. With the highest
career scoring, Julie Taylor was voted
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Front Row: Terry Fox, Dorothy Spates. Kristen Jones.
Tricia Crouch, Connie Bates, Michele Santos/ere.
Jennifer Hambrick, Jill Simons, Libby Clarke. Bock
Row: Muriel Brady, Kim Morcom. Marty Rogan.
Becky Fox. Julie Taylor. Molly Hefferman. Sara
Mock. Molly Haggarty. Jennifer Sullivan.
"Strong team with great possibilities in the future."
First Row: Jimena Vargas and Sonya Black. Second Row: Kristi Smith, Pam Oberchain, Denise Bickiey, "Having lost 4 key players to graduation, we
Michelle Okerlin. and Kim Dow. Third Row: Stephanie Hopper, Arlene King, Sharon Hill, Michelle Combs. weren't sure of our standing. However, we had an
Michele Korner, and Heather Moore. outstanding year with a young team. "
HPC/New York Tech
McDonald's Classic at Catawba
Atlantic Christ. /HPC
Mary Washington /HPC
HPC/ Belmont Abbey
Carolina's Conference Tournament
District 26 Tournament
Under the coaching skills of Joe
Ellenburg and Nancy Dorn, HPC
Volleyball had an impressive season
this fall. The biggest high of the
season was winning the conference
tournament. Jimena Vargas, senior
and Carolina's Conference
Player-of-the-Year, helped a relatively
young squad to a 6-0 regular season
record. Denise Bickiey and Michelle
Okerlin, seniors, also made
outstanding contributions to team
play. The future only holds high hope
for Ellenburg, Dorn, and company.
On the right George Byers moves in tor another
Catawba Clvitan Indian Classic
HPC v West Liberty State
Catawba v. Erskine
Consolation and Charr oionship Game
Southern Teen Tournament
HPC v Auburn-Montgomery
Catawba College- DH
HPC v Barber- Scotia
Elon v. Lander
Eton v Barber- Scotia
HPC v. Lander
Freeport Sunshine Shootout
HPC v St Mary's
HPC v. Bluefleld
HPC v Grand Bahama West
Pembroke State- DH
Mt Olive- DH
NAIA District 26
Panther players wait eagerly in anticipation for the rebound.
The Panthers, the first team in history
to win the Carolina Conference
Tournament three years in a row, were
optimistic about the 1989-90
basketball season. Winning the
conference tournament for a fourth
consecutive year was the Panther's
goal this season.
With the assistance of Mike Everett,
Coach Steele, got the team off to a
great start with 2 tournament victories.
Their first major victory was the
Catawba Civitan Thanksgiving
Tournament and then at Christmas
they won the Annual Freeport
Shootout Tournament in the Bahamas.
All-Conference in 1989-90, senior
George Byers was voted MVP at the
The team as a whole has played
hard this season. The Panthers
averaged about 77.6 points per
game and played well offensively.
With a little more experience under
their belts, the Panthers should have a
successful future ahead of them.
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The Panthers move in for the rebound.
Row 1: Tony Bolden, Steve Wall. Jerome Adams,
George Byers. Mike Bell, Bill Coyle. Row 2: Daryl
Armstrong, Terrence Knuckles. Jay Whitmer,
Doug Oakford. Jimmy Telleysh, Aaron Wood.
"They never quit. They continue to
play hard after winning big in the last
four years. " Coach Steele
The Lady Panthers brought a new
enthusiasm to the court this year. With
four returning players and six
newcomers, the team battled hard to
earn a great season record. Seniors
Tracy Mclver and Annette Lawson
built the team a strong foundation
and helped the girls find that winning
spark. The season highlight, according
to Coach Ellenberg, was beating
Lenoir Rhyne, the team's rival. This was
the first time the Ladies beat Lenoir
Rhyne in four years. The team used
the working together system and
winning intensity to make the '89- '90
season the best.
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Row 1: Tracy Mclver. Maxine Monroe. Sharon
Doby. Toni Rizzitelli, Rebecca Brown. Heather
Moore. Row 2: Angie Fortner, Ingrid Hendrix.
Charlotte Totulis. Sharon Hill. Jean Canady,
Annette Lawson. Arlene King. Lenora Henry.
"Our goal is to bring in three quality
players which would allow us to
contend for a conference
championship next year. " — Dr. Joe
Sophomore Ingrid Hendrix recovers the ball from
Junior Sharon Hill, center, concentrates on a shot
from the foul line.
Freshman Charlotte Totulis catches the rebound and heads for the other end of the court.
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High Point. Lander)
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The 1989-90 Cheerleading Squad,
led by Advisor Nancy Dorn, had a
fun-filled year. The eight girls sported
their panther spirit and pride at all the
men's and women's basketball
games. Before they could get out and
cheer the team to a victory, there was
much practicing to be done. The girls
practiced four times a week and
cheered twice a week.
Anissa Yates, now in her second
year as captain, plans to expand the
size of the squad, and eventually add
men to the squad. After a slow start
and a few revisions, the cheerleaders
made the squad the best yet and
were behind the Panthers all the way.
Left to Right: Paula Mellinger. Michele Coe. Joley Crow, Amy Parker, Mindy Crow, Tina Eloian. Anissa Votes Nancy Dorn Cheerleading Advisor
Left to right: Tony Bolden, Tim Hodfin, Blaine Jiron. David Ray, Jerome Adams. Terry Kersey, John High. "Successful season with O promising Out-
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The Track team worked hard last
season and was rewarded by winning
the Conference and District, for the
second consecutive year. The 400
meter relay team went to nationals
and long jumper Chip Shea finished
eighth. John High was chosen MVP by
the team. Coach Davidson hopes to
strengthen the sprinters he has left and
feels that the shot putters, discus, and
javelin throwers will pull the team
The 1989 Baseball team made
tremendous progress during the
season. Coach Speight commented
that the season high was the Atlantic
Christian game which HPC won to
advance to the NAIA District 26
tournament. With the help of Chris
Chatterton and Bill Wilson took a
weak beginning and made a
successful season of play.
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Row one; /?. Greenfield, J. Peddle. E. Pattik, T,
McCaffery. S. Piazza, J. Moebius, S. Reefe, C.
Chatterton, D. Huggins, S. Gleiman, Row two: C,
Brown, J. Haney, J. Harris, A. Russell, J. Smith. A.
Lisk, E. Lagrama, J.-P. Wright, V. Zuczek, J.
Shurling, Row three: O. Barrios, D. Farsaci, B.
Wilson, S. Betz, G. Roy, S. Patton. E. Collins, P.
Simpson, D. Smith, B. Coyle.
"At the end ot the season, we were as
good as any team in the field." — Jim
Ed Pattik goes up to bat for the Panthers.
Jay Shurling prepares to catch the ball.
Western Maryland (DH)
Pembroke State (DH)
Belmont Abbey (DH)
Mount Olive (DH)
St. Andrews (DH)
Atlantic Christian (DH)
Mars Hill (DH)
In their second year with Coach
Ray Alley, the Panthers have shown
tremendous improvement over the
past season. Last year they ended the
season with a 13-5 record, a
complete turn-around from the 1988
This was primarily a Puilding season
for the team. The team is young and
with more experience, they should be
able to hold their own. There is one
Senior, Pasi Makinen, who was injured
last season but returned to lend his
strength and experience for another
year. Three other key players were
sophomores Adam Thomson, Kevin
Hudson, and Patrick Shramm.
Good health was the key to the
Panthers' success this season. They
played well and gained valuable
experience. The highlight of the
season was their Spring Break trip to
Hilton Head, SC to compete in the
Annual College Tournament where
they had the opportunity to play
against several Division I schools.
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Spring '89 Scores
Pembroke State University
Mt. Olive College
Christopher Newport College
Appalachian State University
Gardner Webb College
St. Andrews College
Left to Right: Robert Profita. Pat Schramm, Jason Mills, Chris Reed, Adam Thomson, Kevin Hudson, Chris
Forest, Shawn Sokolow, Joe Burke.
"It's a young team but they worked
hard to get ready for the season. We
should have a good future if everyone
stays healthy." — Coach Ray Alley.
left to right Jeff Hamlett. Robbie Wooten. Chris Andrews, Gerard George, Eric Molgard, Chad Hedrick, "We had a very solid season." COQCh
Jay Baity, Todd White. Paul Baity, Jeff Fulp, not pictured: Rob Calamari.
Spring 1989 Results
NCAA District III Invitational
Max Ward Invitational
Camp Lejeune Invitational
NAIA District 26
The Panthers had a successful
season on 1989. Despite a particularly
rainy season, they took third place in
the Carolinas Conference, and had a
good chance at the top three spots
again this year. Seven team members
returned to the sauad. The only lost
player was Drew Smith, team MVP for
With the seven returnees and four
newcomers, the Panthers were
optimistic about the season. Last year,
they had three freshmen and one
sophomore in their top five seeds. The
lack of experience was a problem,
but with another year behind them,
they showed improvement this year.
The Inter-Fraternity Council, better
known as IFC, is the governing
body of the four national social
fraternities at High Point College.
IFC takes responsibility for
advancing the interest of High Point
College, promoting the welfare of
the Greek system, and insuring a
stable cooperation and relations
with the faculty, administration,
student body, and the public.
Row 1: Wilson Bounds, Al ArrigonL Scott Bishop, Jeff Quintavell. Row 2. John Corey, Don Muggins,
Rob Baiad, Andre Queseda. Todd Mattheisen, Lee Hunter. Row 3: Mike Usansky, Paul OToo/e, Will
MacGill, Mike Urian, Paul Hanlin, Tjark Batemon, Sam Lower/.
Row 1: Jeff Quintavell (President!, Scott Bishop
(Vice-President). Row 2: Al Arrigoni (SGA
Delegate). Andre Quesada (Secretary) Not
pictured: Brian Bogar [Treasurer).
IFC, in conjunction with the Panhellenic
Association, sponsored Al Calarco in his speech
The Panhellenic Council is the
governing body of the four sororities at
High Point College. This year the
Panhellenic Council had to adjust to
new rush period, the time for sororities
to recruit future 'sisters.' Spring Rush
gave the sororities a chance to
become closer as well as giving the
prospective rushees the opportunity to
know how the Greek system works.
Panhell sponsored many programs to
keep the sororities active. Rush open
house and the sorority movie night
were both very successful. Panhell
promotes favorable relations with the
administration, faculty, and student
body by sponsoring study breaks and
Panhellenic sponsored an open house in the
fall for prospective rushees.
Row 1: Stacey DePew (AGO), Cara McGuire (KD). Cyndi Herring (President). Row 2. Marcella Squires
(PM). LuAnne Browder (ZJA), Karen Scott (Secretary). Not pictured: Hieka McLaughlin (Vice-President).
Donna Stuffs (Tredsurer).
Did You Hear?
Easy Bertha: Is that my Phone? No. she's on
Tweedle Dee: I KNOW NOTHING!!!
Supreme C with a K: No hazing my phis.
Vous: Gold is my idol.
Jessica: That s all they're good for.
Clueless: That ghost has returned and she's
got an appetite.
RAW: How many did you have over break?
Boss: If we go down they all go down —
How 'bout that Pike,
Bud: I hate homework. Will you be my
Petunia: Do it with a capital EN
Pug-nose: I love my dinosaurs.
Moi: I have to work, but nobody told us.
Tweedle Dum: I've got my keys and I'm oft
to get an R.C. cola.
Wabbitts: Where's Bears? I'm a beautiful
Obnoxious: I'm engaged, but I can Look!!!
Bear: I hate men. What did they say?
The Lion: If you're not in bed by ten, go
Row 1 Marcella Squires, Amie Gates. Cathy Fastenau. Row 2: Leigh Ann Price, Chris Highfill, Hieka
McLaughlin Sara Messick. Jennifer Smith. Row 3: Sharron Crimmons. April Rightrnre. Jennifer
Sullivan. Christina Williams.
April Rightmire represents Phi Mu at the fall
Panhellenic open house.
Marcella Squires (Panhellenicl Membership), April Rightmire (Secretary), Hieka McLaughlin
(President), Amie Gates (Treasurer). Cathy Fastenau (Phi Director). Not pictured: Donna Letters (Vice
Micki and Christine are all set to wash some
Phi Mu was out in full force this year
showing their colors all over
campus! With the help of the
Alumni Advisory Council, working
hard once again, we had more
contact with our Alumni than ever
before. The sisters worked hard to
support their two national
philanthropies — Project Hope and
The Children's Miracle Network.
They looked forward to certain
annual events such as the Sisters'
Weekend, Champagne Sundays,
and Phi Mu Weekend.
Phi Mu is looking their finest for their annual
Zeta sisterhood is forever. Together,
we share a special friendship. Each
sister is an individual, but together
we make up a unique group. This
year we supported our
philanthropy, the Association for
Retarded Citizens, we sent relief
water to Hurricane Hugo victims in
Charleston, and participated in a
field day with physically and
mentally disabled children. We also
took part in many HPC activities
such as SGA, Student Union, the
cheerleading squad, the volleyball
and field hockey teams, the Hi-Po,
Tower Players, the radio station,
and the Homecoming Court.
Together as sisters, we look forward
to many dances including our
special 100th Link Ball, weekend
retreats, mixers, work projects,
special birthday dinners, and ZTA
Sisterhood in ZTA is a chance to
share the unique closeness of Zeta
Love . . . and best of all — ZTA is
Council: Row One: Karen Scott (Panhellenicj. Coco Bonnett (Historian/Reporter]. Colette
Arsenault (Membership], Dora Johnson (2nd Vice-President — pledge trainer). Row Two: Sherry
Scott (1st Vice-President], Paige Alvarez (President], Anita Andrews (Secretary), Mary Rogan
(Ritualist), Erica Fisher (Treasurer).
Keep on rockin' me ZTA 1 .!!
Kelly, Kathy. Laura, and Anne together
before ZTA Sister's Dance.
Get Off ZTA!!
Did You Hear?
Row One: Katie Eisenstein. G/no Hendrix, Meg Healy. Jami Walsh, Jennifer Williams Dawn Query
Kathy Hughes. Kelly Baber. Whitney Helms. Colleen Perry. Row Two: Anita Andrews Anne Roberts
Paige Alvarez. Kymbers Williamson. Terry Fox. Paige Gwaltney, Ellen Albright, Colette Arsenault Coco
Bonnett. Dora Johnson. Lynn Adams. Shannon Pendegraph. Row Three: Christian O'Briant Karen
Scott, LuAnne Browder. Chrissy Mackey, Kathy Schneider. Sue Rocheleau. Stephanie Spongier
Candy Swing, Kim Morcum, Patrice Prakop. Ashley Williams. Kim Spefker. Mary f?ogan Sherry Scoff
Tanya Horn, Erica Fisher. Not Pictured: Tara Barth, Noelle Blank. Michelle Combs. Laura Peoples
Kirsten Wachs, Alicia Hares, Pam Christian. Dr. Marcia Thompson (Academic Advisor].
Lynn A.: Lynn and Tall Paul!?!?!?!
Meg Healy: Partying on the Hall was a
blast, but how was the dance?
Dora: Can John be this year's ZETA
sweetheart? ... PLEASE!!!
Anne R.: Do you have to go through
Charlotte to get to Greensboro?
Christian: Grab your beers. Head to the
party, OH! I'll drive. Yo Dudes!!
Shannon: "I'll have another blue whale and
a tissue, Please"
Kim S.: OH NO!! Another dance - ? Do I have
to take a date?
Mary: I have finally put my 12 pairs of
Chucks to rest!!
Dawn: OF COURSE I'M A SISTER!! And I have
Michelle C: "I can't, I have volleyball
Patrice: "He's not a soccer player! I can't
go out with him!"
Gina: "My subscription to Cosmopolitan
expired!! What do I do now?!?!
Terry: Nike says, "Just do it!" Rich can!
Erica: Zeta? Zeta who? Yes, I'm on duty
Colette: YEAH BOOIEE!!!!!!
Sherry: We're just friends ... all we did was
Kathy H.: Gimmie gimmie — I want, I want,
and yea, I'm always right!
Kelly: Does anyone want a ride to Cooke?
Paige: We'll vote on it in new business!!!!
Kathy S.: 2 years, and I still don't do BUFF.
The cheese Always stands alone.
Sue: NO, I DON'T HAVE A RELIGIOUS FETTISH.
LuAnne: Hey, take a picture of this! "I love it
when HE calls me "SUGAR"!!!!!!!
Scotty: "NNEEEYYYAAAH BUSCATOIDOS!!!!"
Tanya: "Hi Ho, Hi Ho, it's off to U of F I go!!"
Betch can't bite a chip?
Ellen: Onionhead Lives!! Has anyone seen
Ashley: "I've never roughed it before!" What
do you mean I can't bring my curling iron
Kirsten: Four Years At HPC And Not One
Night Spent In Millisl!
Tara: IVE FINALLY FOUND SOMEONE
WORTHY OF MY FATAL ATTRACTION!!!
Colleen: We made it Terry, so now what?!?
Anita: It's WAY outta hand . . . Stop the
madness! PEACE, LOVE AND BOB DYLAN.
Jami: Really girls, he isn't that bad! ... BUT
Keeeev . . .
Jennifer: Is the Lambda Chis week almost
over? I'm getting kind of lonely!
Noelle: I'm sorry I have to work, but I live off
Katie: Ok, so now I'm engaged, what's next?
Stephanie: FOR THE LAST TIME I LIVE ON
THIRD FLOOR WOMEN'S!!!!!!
Did you hear?
Atrocious: Grrrr — don't rock the cradle!!
How funny is that 9
Sarcasm: That too funny!! Shore to ship —
I'd like to leave a message for Fireman Smith !
Groupie: But his nose keeps getting in the way!
Banann: My place or yours?
Crouch: I was trying to learn my alphabet,
but I kept getting stuck on "BB".
Molly: Is it love or am I just playing the field?
Kim: I'm always at the jim.
Paige: Hell, no, I'm not whipped.
Cabbage: I can't, I'm on medication.
Black Widow: I think I'm in love, but I hate
him. He just doesn't understand my outter
Flem: Hee Hee Hee Hee Hee! I don't think I
Broom: 25 can't get nobody so I had to go
after a couple of new born cuties.
Grandma: finally made it!! Love and miss
you all. esp. Belk 202.
Marshall: I'm going to New Hall, I'll be
back in a minute. Ford Escort: Yeah guys,
ever since I got wheels I'm at the FARM a
lot these days,
Kaz: I like him, no I hate him. Should I like him?
Percy: Are you mad at me??
Standards: That towel isn't long enough!!
Kerryed away: I could only take B.S. for so
long, so to another Sig I moved on,
R.A. RUDE: My name is Jennifer not Mallett
Tense: It's hard to be a good Christian
when you're all "Tighed" in knots.
Terp: After 31 years in football I knew I'd
had my phil. but I'm going back for #11 still.
Lynner: Green eggs and ham just isn't my
favorite meal. "He's a great guy , . . you
just don't get on him "
Kellie Bean: Is anyone going to USC this
weekend? GO 'COCKS!!
Zanner: THE COUNTDOWN: Joe comes in
exactly 69 hours, 69 minutes, and 69 seconds,
PRE: I just kissed him, it was only a kiss!
Mouth of the North: Good morning every-
one! RUSH! RUSH! RUSH! How ya doin' haun^
Boner: It's "hard" dancing on speakers.
Condom: No, we broke up, oh, we're back
together, well he dumped me last night.
but then I dumped him right back. Well,
we'll most likely get married.
Donner: 85N to 95N-Maryland is my life!
There's no place like home!!
Premock: No you can't go to the Bon Fire,
you have to drag my wheels out of a
ditch 2 miles away!!
McElroy: Now, who is my date again?
We: Preppies really do have more fun!
Denise: Tomorrow , . , I'll do it tomorrow!!
May: Man . . it's ahhright!!!
Invisible: This is stranger than I ever thought
Al: When I fled the web I drew a picture of
the hunter that shot Peter's rabbit.
Flowers: I'm free falling and I can't get up!!!
Pew: You're so hyper, will you ever calm
down? I bet you do when the Pres, is
IFC: A continuing saga!
Hose: I'm not that short, he's just really tall.
Sister P.: Breakfast on Tuesdays and
Thursdays? Since when?
One stack: I don't care 'cuz I'm graduating
and getting married too!
First Row: Denise Holman, May Jordan, Anita Buonassisi, Nina Austin. Kym McClary, Molly Haggerty,
Jennifer Mallett. Second Row: Leslie Blakey. Kendra Brown. Amy Marshall. Kellie Amtower, Michelle
Kazawic. Chris Premock. Stacey McElroy. Stacey DePew, Michelle Samtasierie. Ann Kintigh, Christine
Cadley. Third Row: Sheila Clark. Leslie Joyner. Kathy Hetherington. Anne Percival. Katherine Kern,
Kristen Carper, Meg Condron, Aileen Radinsky. Fourth Row: Kim Richards. Allison Chapman. Beth
Edwards. Suzanne Ross. Jackie Barlowe, Jen Weiler. Julie Tylor. Ellen Lachin, Carolynn Flowers.
Jenn, Stacy, Kendra. and Christine are all smiles
at the Halloween mixer.
AGD barbeques with Delta Sigma Phi on Sig
The Alpha Gam family is one that will
last "Through the Years." Being as one
creates the love that Alpha Gamma
Delta shares. The Gams are involved
in many organizations on campus
such as, SGA, Student Union,
American Humanics, and the Young
Republicans. The sorority continuously
rises money for its philanthropy, the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Although the Gams concentrate on
academics and campus activities,
there is room for a social calendar.
Alpha Gamma Delta celebrated its
35th year at High Point College with
an entire weekend set aside for their
anniversary, The events that the
sisters of Alpha Gamma Delta
experience are what keeps them
together "Through the years."
Front Row: Amy Marshall (Rec. Secretary], Amanda Huff (Corr. Secretary], Jennifer Wieler
[Vice-President — Frat. education). Julie Taylor (President], Jennifer Hambrick (Social], Aileen
Radinsky (Treasurer], Anita Buonassisi (Activities] Back Row: Beth Edwards (Vice-President —
Scholarship], Kendra Brown [Standards], Jennifer Mallett (House & Guard), Carolynn Flowers
(Philanthrophy), Jackie Barlowe (Rush), Ann Kintigh (Ritual), Stacy DePew (Panhellenic), Christine
Jenn, Aileen, Christine, and Kym in Disney World
The Kappa Deltas of Gamma
Gamma Chapter prove that we
are "unique but united" as our
involvement in campus activities,
victory in intramural sports, and
other awards and recognition
make us shine above the rest. Our
many fundraisers supported our
philanthropy for the National
Committee on the Prevention of
Child Abuse. On Halloween, we
sponsored a party for the children
at the YMCA, and the following
weekend we were proud to have
a Kappa Delta as HPC's
Homecoming Queen. WE looked
forward to a successful RUSH in
January amidst all our studies
and activities. Our awesome
bond of sisterhood continued to
thrive through our involvement
together and we're proud to be
Kappa Delta! "Let us strive!"
KD's are all smiles after another intramural
Big Sister Beth and Little Sister Katie are
ready to donee toe night away at KD's
annual Sisters' Dance.
R.H.G.S. Kappa Delta is the best ...Go KDU
Row 1: Tammy Shostak. Allison Webb, Sandra Selander, Lynn Heasley. Christy Rockwell. Sandy
Sarnowski. Peggy Knopf. Row 2: Jenny Reid. Jamie Raymond. Missy Frazier, Carol Frick Stacey
Shober, Katie Berres, Kelly Graham. Amy Andrews. Stdcie Steinbach. Anna Lefler Row 3' Melissa
Switzer. Beth Gregory. Sue Mosher. Toff Hoff, Kitty Painter. Kimmy Long. Anissa Yates Kristen
Spencer. Cyndi Herring. Krista Pelinsky. Cora McGuire. Row 4: Kathleen Mudd. Paula Mellinqer
Carrie-Lynn Hobson. Vicky Andersen. April Lang. Dana Johnson. Kelly Jenkins Kim Wilson
Allison Webb (Membership). Carrie-lyn Hobson
(Vice President], Melissa Switzer (Assistant
Treasurer), Kathleen Mudd (Editor), Vicky
Andersen (Treasurer), Tammy Shostak (secretary),
April Lang (President).
Did You Hear?
Yatesy: Yo, big dummy! Why can't you
make up your mind? UPS . . .
Tatter: GRIPPA RULES!!!
Muddie: Loveshack! Bang, bang, bang on
the door, baby!!! Theta Chi til I die?
Jamie: No fat grams unless it comes with
Delta Sigma Phi.
Cyndi: Phil is fuzzy! Cuddle, cuddle!!
P.J.: Monstas everywhere!! I wanna rock
Beres: You soccer suite-y! "I want you to
want me ... " YIKES!
Kindel: Like my new dance? I haven't been
this excited since the Bears won the
Charlotte: Peace, pot, and microdot,
Kell-Hell: No quote!! Please!
T.E.: Please don't get sick again and
whatever you do, don't forget the
Zoo Keeper: I won't, but is it the lettuce that
has the Vitamin C or do we have to take
a TRIP to the store!
Fred: "Let me just tell you — " I'm not a
Nan: Fill me in on the weekend gossip!
Boot G.: So, I hear god's a little annoyed
K.S.K.: What's better synthetic or the real
G. String: How personal is your DJ.
Prez: But, I don't know how to flirt!!
C.L.: Tennessee Bound — Where's my
Lynn W.: Okay, so I drove six hours in the
middle of the night.
Dallas: LoveShack . . . Baby
Loopy: It's Coca-Cola, I swear!!!!!
Toast: I want a divorce!!!!!
I LOVE HIM: Well. B.B. I guess you were right
about . . .
Kamikaze Queen: It's six AM and
Dancy in the Pantsy: How many calories
does it bum?
Peggy: Look Anissa, he's sitting right over
there and looking hotter than hell.
Fickle-One: You bounce around more than
CSK: After four years, how many Sigs have
Kate: It's 2 AM, where's Michael —
"Come on over here and give me a kiss
Rick, Will's nof around!"
The Epsilon Alpha Chapter of Theta
Chi is in it's 35th year at High Point
College. Throughout the year we
enjoy numerous dances, mixers,
intramural sports, and roadtrips.
Members of the fraternity are
actively involved in such
organizations as the Tower Players,
Inter-Fraternity Council, WWIH, and
Student Government. With the true
meaning of brotherhood, Theta Chi
enjoys building strong friendships
and lasting memories here at High
Point College. Alma Mater first and
Theta Chi for alma Mater.
Little Sister Kathleen and Brother Don model
the Theta Chi Style.
Vic, Will. Ed dnd Rob just hangin' out
t ^ mlimM&A
Rob Balerna. Bill Kearns, Tom McQuade, Keith Thornbum. George Chaboudy. Dave Snellmn Darren
Haggeny, Victor Zuczek. Row 2: Jeff Firkin, Tim Glime, Will MacGill. Rick Morgan Don Huqains
James Douglas, John Beale, Rob Baid, Ralph Barber. Row 3: Lynn Terry Ed Pattick Gary Roy Mike
Sparrow, Oh Leash — mascot "Ton!"
Did You Hear?
Sal: It's about time, we #(g ?!# won
Frisbee . .
Image: Fill it to the rim with Primm.
Watergate: I broke up with DEEDLES so I
could become APRIL'S fool.
King of the Extras: She lives up to her last
John Wayne: This TEQUILLA ate my worm.
The Duke: Good thing he didn't break his
hand or they would have to put a cast on
Gllme-ster: We gotta stay loose . . . KEEP
COOL ... let the coolness get into your
vertebre . . . even/things so green . . .
The Warrior: Nina . . Walla-walla . . . Sara
. . . Walla-Walla . . . Kathy H. . . , Oh, my
God . . . Walla . . .
Striker: 21 years and 21 Q-P's, it finally
Cover-Girl: Who needs Missy, when you
have Mary Kay and Maybelline.
Rowdy: Will, put on those eyelashes, my
date broke in half.
Zooch: Good Golly, Miss Molly, They are so
big and jolly.
Bird Man: I woke up with MUDD on my
Stickey-Fingers: Alright, who the #?X(S #
stole my quote . .
Baiad: You think you've got it bad, nobody
will believe my quote . . .
Pop-pop: Jizz jizz ... oh, what a relief it
is . .
Nut: I thought it was THETA CHI, then I die.
Hugs: Uhm . . . Yeah . . Well . . . Yeah, let's
do that . . Uhm . . . OK . . . Yeah . . .
Mo-Mo: Has anybody seen my
Big Jum: This summer HUMMED right by with
only one STALL.
Ralph: Guys I'm telling you, it EASELY can
be done . . .
Firkin: So how was everybodys, summer
vacation . . .
John-boy: Dora, do you really think I'm as
cute as Milli Vanilli?
Cubby: Trini, hold that pose, while I get my
Facella: She jumped out of my wheelbarrel,
so I came for another load of LITTLE
Roy: See what happens, when you get fresh
Dumb "D": Unreal . . . she's hooking up with
my black lab . . .
Little George: Mock me if you will ... But I
have a Fan Club.
Front: Tom McQuade ('89 Vice President], Victor
Zuczek ('90 Vice President). Middle: Bill Kearns
('89 Sports Chairman), Ed Pattick ('90 Pledge
Marshall), George Chabody ('89 Secretary).
James Douglas ('90 Secretary), Don Muggins ('90
President). Back: Will McGill ('90 Sports
Chairman), Mike Sparrow ('89 Treasurer). Dave
Spelling ('89 President)
Row 1 ■ Dove Shrivel Tom Cox. Jason Ferrall. Leigh Capshaw, Mike Unan, Andy Brehm, Dana Conte
Adam Duff Nils Dailey Frank Rangoussis, Gary Cooper, Row 2: Tucker Claggett, Jeff Howie, Sean
Learv Carl Matthews Mike Zeig, Tom Joseph, Al Arrigoni, John Hammnck. Rich Davis, Kurt Guyer,
Brian Jacobs Brian Blankenship, Row 3: Adam Rosenberg, Chris Davis, Mike Claywell, Louis Federico
Row 4 Phil Spivey Austin Aley. John Burbage, Eric Boyer, Jason Jodon, Mike Parnllo, Eric Raney.
Kenny Garqulio Paul Hanlin, Joe Spellman, Scott Bernard, Darren Huber. Dan Alwine, Wilson Bounds
ToddGodbey Dan Kohler. Brian Boger, Adam Thompson, Rich Kappus, Dave Duncan.
Did You Hear?
Shaggy: I can't come outside, the winds are gusting.
P.W.: They really should do something dbout the
battirooms in Belk.
ACE: Don't get me wrong, I can spell Wensday,
Bam Bam: Gee I hope rango dies, I could use the
Monroe: Natalie, Kathy, Natalie, Kathy, etc.
Recon Rango: I had a MACK but it was soggy.
Louis: Gee Rango, my MACK was soggy too.
Poo Wee: You sure you're just friends with her BIFF?
Tall Paul: Realy Christy, we weren't making out! Just
ahh talking, ahh yeah just talking.
Spell Hell: Hey guys, I don't really look like the poster
child for freedom rock, do I?
Fast: These are my softball jeans and these are my
Beeker: I came, I saw, I conquered the KD's.
Flipper: Watch it Ashley, your mascara is dripping in
Sluggo: Kymbers, Coors Light, Cablevision, and Pizza
— now my life's complete.
Spaz: Icky, thanks for the Matzo Ball juice.
Icky: Yo dude, dude, my oxy ain't wort<in' dude.
Rich Davis: No high Rho for yo!
Pseudo Kappa Godbey: Hey fellows, I meant what I
wrote on the stall,
Wilson: Her big lips engulf my face when we kiss.
Tucker: Tucker with your nose so bright won't you
guide my fraternity tonight.
Nils: Hey, it could really lounges instead of one.
Jacobs: Your truckin' days are over.
Sir Pinter: I'm tired of polyester Someone bring my
wardrobe back to the future.
Dr. Ramke: Frank, Kurt, & Rich stop saying beaver in
Coop: Dr. E. cancelled us — Psyche!
Hambone: So that's what you call friendship —
Lebo: No woman, no cry.
A-dog: Hey, I really am remembered.
Sidekick: Man, I didn't do nothin' with her.
Bubbles: I'm not drunk, I need not go to hospital
Pursey: Please help me, it or she or whatever, it's
gonna break my legs.
Claywell: Sorry Patrice, I have a girl friend
E-Z: UUU. AAA, Yo you know me an' aaa steph we
are aaa goin' out.
Kapduke: Hitler's youth is here to stay — it's German.
C. Davis: Help I'm caught between the grand tee
Duff: Hey Helen, Let's do the cha-cha.
G-Man: THANKS LIZ, I ah gotta go now,
Huber: Sorry Peggy, I've never done that before
Danimal: Hey look guys I glow in the dark,
Leary: 841-2115, the only number you need to know.
Jocko: I don't mind if she's tall as she is wide.
Zelg: I can't decide Lambda Chi or ZTA — what the
Teen Wolf: Hey can I borrow your green jacket.
Nell Boyles: OH am I in a fraternity?
J, Conforti: Hey acid rain ain't that bed in Jersey.
Kyle: Ha Ha you've got nothin' on me.
Kiwi: Good'ay mate.
Jodon: So what no protection, by the way, when is
AIDS Awareness Week
Raney: P.A. is like a mother to me (at least just as
Wiener: Chubaka, My lounge key is your lounge key.
Fez: You can reach me at 114 Women's Hall.
The lota Phi Zeta Chapter had its
most successful year in the chapter's
history. Through the dedication and
hard work of every member, lota Phi
remains a model chapter in the
The Bruce Hunter Mcintosh Award
for Chapter Excellence was presented
to us at the National Leadership
Seminar at Ohio State last summer.
This was the first time Lambda Chi
Alpha had ever received such an
award. Last year, with the help of a
strong athletics chairman and
Just say the word & Frank, Louis, Kenny, & Pee
Wee are ready to party.
Row 1: Thomas Joseph (President), Andrew Brehm
(Vice-President), Gary Cooper. Alumni Advisor. Row 2:
Kurt Guyer [Treosurerj, Fronk Rangoussis (Scholastic
Chairman). Row 3: Dana Conte (Alumni Coordinator),
Leigh Capshaw (Secretary}. Row 4 Michael Urian
(Fraternity Ed.). Louis Federico (Social Chairman), Jason
Ferrall (Rush Chairman), not pictured: Joe Pinter
devoted teams, the fraternity was
named intramural champions for the
The strongest part of our fraternity is
its commitment to excellence and
strong sense of brotherly love. We
have a top notch faculty advisor, Dr.
Ron Ramke, and a totally committed
alumni advisor, Gary Cooper. Through
determination and hard work over the
years, Lambda Chi Alpha is a
chapter every member can be proud
;; T . |b> - -
Iky & Jocko at the Mills Home.
Delta Sigma Phi, the gentleman's
fraternity, entered 1989 with a great
deal of pride. With fifteen new
brothers in February and three in
November, we looked forward to
1990 and Spring Rush.
Delta Sigma Phi was founded on
December 10, 1899 at the City
College of New York, and our
chapter, Delta Zeta, was founded
on April 7, 1957. Our colors are
green and white, and our charity is
the March of Dimes. The fraternity
symbols are the pyramid and the
Row 1: James Burke (President], Todd Mattheisen (Secretary). Row 2: Odie Harris (Treasurer! Pnm
Vitellia (Vice-President), Chris Gilbert (Pledge Master). ' lreasurer J- F °ul
Chef Sam says, "Catch!"
Front Row: Chuck Chambers, Jay Amernick. Van Mallett, Jim Burke, Paul Vitellia. Mike Lancaster
Kevin Cole. Second Row; Todd Mattheisen. Keith Fielding. Brian Baxter. Tony Kim, Brian Smith Alan
Ambrose, John Rhodes, Sam Lowery. Gus Teague. Third Row: Keith Scott, Chris Gilbert Scott Combs
James Keith, Mark Woolsey, Jay Upthank, Odie Harris, John Carey
' ' V
Did You Hear?
Dirty Dirty Bear: You're stinky, smelly, ugly,
and fat. Let's do it.
Field Mouse: He scurries for cheese in the
land of Saskwatch.
Amy Andrews: Under the bed is as close
as I'll get.
Freud: I'm going out for Salisbury steak,
please worry about me.
Mouth: See ya next "week".
Richard Zeitvogel: Slick, Cuz, Cool,
Wagonwheel, see ya.
Torment: Never again! Rrrrring. rrrrring. OH hi
Kathy, yes I'll be right over.
Freshmaniser: I don't know Diddley about
Disser Kisser: If I lavalier Jamie thqt means
no more trips to Gam Hall.
Dent: Wheels, watch those two frint teeth,
your scraping my vein.
Alpha Gam: Do I want a condom to cover
Manson: "Get back to your spot!"
Coach: Does Nina Colada go well on top
of chicken legs?
Peep show: Once they graduate High
School they don't like me anymore.
Calamine: They were right, it did get
bigger after I became a brother.
Dexter: We had to break up, I'm her
Nixon: If I hooked up as much as I talked,
Earnhardt would be mighty lonely, son.
LL Cool Jay: Peppermint Patties taste better
than Scooby Snacks.
Nintendo: What do you mean Allison won't
fit on a license plate?
Tippy: The Prelude is great, but I can't fit my
neck and McHooters in at the same time.
Carolina Boy: Oh Odie, it's only you, I
thought it was someone from second floor.
Shoneys: Jimmy, the back seat of "The
AMPH" isn't big enough you'll have to stay
Egghead: Better red than dead.
Mr. Ed: You know what they say. big
Parisienne, big . . .
Little Boy Blue: Trump is a brilliant and
Armarri: My buddy Brown and I shop the
best stores, honey!
Slim Fast: Now I give body boarding a
whole new dimension.
B. Kindel: We miss your morning towel rack.
D. Ballister: The hall is too quiet without you.
Shaved Clam: I lost my lunch after the
Decon: I haven't been to a single dance all
Scott Combs sports Delta Sigma Phi spirit!!
Did You Hear?
TAB: LM 2
Bish: I'm Fat so I cut out cupcakes.
Cook: You going to eat?
Dancy: What's her name this year?
Sambo: Sara or is it Lynn or is it Sara?
French: Still eating exotic tacos.
Homo: Sure, I'd do it.
Fluffy: M-l-C. caught you in your room,
K-E-Y, why because she has a key.
Hughes: Just call me coach.
Howler: Wanna be a stud?
Bill: Just never got on the PA.
Koot: Kibbles and bits and up from Kitty was
a little bite on your face.
Lemon: Is a load of laughs
Mark M: The 21 binger salute.
CJ: I swear I stopped.
PJ: She will stroke, but you'll never poke.
Brian O'Connell: Do you go to school
O'Cool: She's just another paige in your
Drew: The shinny potato.
Brian P.: All and All its just another ball on
Big Dave: Dorment!
Ferg: The secret weapon
Dave B: SNAKE.
Simon: A slice is nice.
Big Tim: Right, you got with her.
Tucker: I'm all pro.
The Wave: I'll pay you Tuesday.
Mark N.: Salt-n-pepper, soul man.
Greg P: Six hours and did not bust loose.
Andre: The huded pig.
Chip: Part of the Lu-Lu crew.
Andy: Three strikes and you're out.
Dave S.: Surf's up.
Hib: So what if she was I
Cox: She is in Millis again!
Jamey: When is the wedding?
Reefe: So you get two holes now and not
George: The Diceman.
PAT: This one is for you.
First Row Andre Quesada, George Stapas, Mark Nye, Lee Hunter, Sam Flourenouy, Tjark Bateman
Mike Usanski. Second Row: Greg Pinsky, John Cos, Mason Linker, Chip. Dave Nesbit, Brian Parker,
Ferguson Peters Third Row: Tucker Mum, Greg Cook, Jay Huey, James Homiak, PJ Newman, Jamey
Sharrep Fourth Row: Simon Marks. Paul OToo/e, Scoft Reefe, Tim Mathews, Pat Haun. Steve Hughes
Kevin Keuster Drew Pierson, Tim Dancy. JP Lunn. Bill Kildride. Andy Usk.
PI Kappa Alpha Little Sisters.
Pi Kappa Alpha entered its 37th year
at High Point College by proving they
are a growing, strong, and proud
group of men. The members are
involved in many campus
organizations such as SGA, Student
Union, IFC, Administrative
Management Society, American
Humanics, and the Hi-Po. The
members have also been a part of
the Student Orientation Staff, the Red
Cross, tutoring, Presidential Scholars,
and Young Republicans. The
members are here to grow in
academics, friendship, and as men.
Officers; First Row: Tjark Bateman [President], Andre Quesada (Secretary). Lee Hunter
[Vice-President], Second Row: Jay Huey [Social], Mike Lisansky (Pledge trainer), JP Lunn
(Treasurer). Third Row: Pat Haun (Faculty Advisor), Kevin Keuster (Alumni Correspondent],
Pi Kappa Alpha after another community
Pike brothers listen at the hazing program
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Mary Beth Downs
Joseph W. Huey IV
Elen Marie Lachin
Thomas J. McQuade
Suzanne R Mortong
Suzanne Gail Ross
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Polly Ann Hamrick
Leigh Ann Price
Mary Ellen Clark
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Harry Slade Howie
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Charles Van Wickle
Class of 92
Mary Anne Blackmore
Mhari Louise Cattell
Christien F, Clumer
Class of 93
Ann Marie De Varo
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Dana Lynn Goldinsky
Class of 93
Class of 93
Stephanie Li Causi
Mary Margaret Linker
Class of 93
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Continuing Adult Education Program
— __\ Sharon Crisp
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In 1979. High Point College
initiated the an evening degree
program on its main campus. One
year later, the program began
serving R.J. Reynolds employees on
site in Winston-Salem. In January of
1987, the Winston-Salem division
moved into the Madison Park
branch office which was erected by
High Point College.
The Continuing Adult Education
Program, which currently enrolls over
650 students, offers a choice of five
majors. Those majors are Accounting,
Business Administration and
Economics, Computer Information
Systems, Industrial and
Organizational Psychology, and
Psychology. The program offers
students a chance to earn credit by
attending classes three nights a
week during an eight week session.
Over the last decade, CAEP has
grown tremendously. In the coming
decade. High Point College hopes
to see an even larger interest in the
program. With its predicted
popularity they hope to add more
majors and possibly expand the
Madison Park branch.
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Pamela E. George
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■I Luther Howser
Frederick Kelly Jr
Hey den La Fon
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l Christine Mills
John David Spaugh
Rita Stratton 4
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William Tesh, Jr.
Dr. James Adams
Dr. Troy Anders
Dr. Bill Anderson
Ms. Janice Anderson
Dr. Lee Baker
Dr. Richard Bennington
Ms. Joan Betsill
Ms. Martha Blake
Faculty & Staff
There are certain people from college
we, as students, will never forget. The
list is long and usually includes friends,
and enemies. Do faculty and staff
members make this list? They sure
hope to make it, and they hope it
near the top. However, that's not
always the case.
The faculty and staff at High Point
College are a unique group, and like
the students, they have different
opinions of HPC. Yet, this is the
diversity that a college needs to be a
special place. Think . . . what college
would be like without these people,
The faculty and staff are not just that,
over a period of time, they become
great friends and some even begin to
feel like family. But, isn't that what
college is — one big, new family?!?
So when we look back on our years
at HPC, let's remember the good with
the bad because in many cases, a
faculty or staff member was there to
help us through all of those times.
Then and Now
Have you ever stopped to think
about what High Point College was
like in the 1940's, '50s, '60s, or 70s?
Well, if you ever have any questions
just ask one of the many faculty
members who graduated from HPC.
Believe it or not, there are 21 alumni
who are now working for the college.
Do you think their rules were as strict
as ours seem? We complain about
the visitation hours and the escort
But . . .
Dr. Gray Bowman
Ms. Carol Branard
Mrs. Donna Burton
Director of Alumni Affairs
Mr. Ed Cannady
Dr. Dennis Carrol
Mr. Bill Cloninger
Mr. William Cope
Ms. Kay Cromwell
Could you Imagine . . .
** Room inspection every morning at 9;30?
** No cooking, ironing, bathing or doing
laundry after 11pm?
** Lights out at 11pm? (Seniors were
** Mandatory study hours from 7:15 to 9pm,
** Asking SGA for permission to spend the
night out of your room?
** No phone call longer than five minutes?
** No phone calls after 10pm — except for
** Attending chapel everyday for 30
minutes and church every Sunday?
** Wearing socks or hose at all times on
campus or uptown?
** No running water after 11pm?
These rules were stated in the 1941-42
S.G.A. "Girl's Guide". By the way, we
couldn't find a "Boy's Guide"!!!
Ms. Gail Curtis
Mr. Ron Dalton
Director of Student Activities
Ms. Andrea Durham
Dr. Roy Epperson
Wee President for
Mr. Rick Dull
Mr. Gart Evans
Dean of Students
Mr. Mike Everett
Mr. James Farris
Mr. Gary Foster
Mr. William Cope
Class of 1963
Mr. Cope currently works in the
Behavioral Science Department. He
recalls many things about his years at
HPC. During the early 1960s students
were required to attend monthly
cultural programs. It was also a time
of much student activism. The students
attempted to establish a student/
faculty/administrative congress which
would serve as the governing body of
Mr. Marion Gibson
Dr. Allen Goedeke
Ms. Martha Gleaton
Ms. Sarah Gomez
Learning Assistance Center
Ms. Kimberly Grissett
Dr. Vaughn Hansen
Ms. Cherl Harrison
Mr. Robert Harrison
Mr. Patrick Haun
Mr. Bob Hayes
Wee President of
Mr. Bobby Hayes
Director of Media Relations
Mrs. Dwanna Hayworth
Mrs. Jeanie Hazzard
Mrs. Gerry Hill
Mr. David H. Holt
Dr. Marion Hodge
Dean Vance Davis
Class of 1961
Dean Davis served as the 1960-61
S.G.A. President, and he recollects the
freshmen beanie, or "skull cap," as it
was affectionately known. The beanie
had to be worn from the beginning of
the semester until Thanksgiving break!
Davis is now the Dean of the College.
Dean Gart Evans
Class of 1975
Dean Evans was the 1974-75 S.G.A.
President, and he remembers the
"streakers" at HPC. Believe it or not!
Cars were backed up all the way to
College Village because they wanted
to catch a glimpse of the streakers on
the loose! Evans is presently the Dean
Ms. Penny Hovis
Mr. Manyon Idol
Mr. Michael Ingram
Mr. Steve Jarreft
Mr. Edward King
Mr. Michael Lamphier
Mr. Ron Law
Mr. John Lefler
Wee President for Institutional
Dr. Gray Bowman
Class of 1970
Dr. Bowman remembers many things about
his years as a student at HPC. He recalls
that tuition was $350.00 a semester, the
males worked hard to maintain good
grades (They were drafted to VietNam if
their GPA fell below a 2.0), but his most
memorable experience was meeting his
future wife, Anita. Dr. Bowman is a professor
in the Physical Science Department.
Dr. Barbara Leonard
Mr. Vernon Liberty
Dr. Mike Marshall
Mr. Iris Mauney
Mr. Robert Lumpkins
Dr. Jacob Martinson
President of the College
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Mr. Phillip McBrayer
Ms. Carol McClain
Mrs. Melitta McCroskey
Mrs. Jean McDowell
Mr. Johnny McGee
Memories of HPC:
Dr. Dennis Carroll
Class of 1974
Dr. Carroll was the Editor-in-Chief of
the 1973 Zenith. He is currently the
department chair for the Education
Mr. Todd McVey
Area Coordinator — Belk
Dr. John Moelmann
Mr. Kenneth Morse
Mrs. Phyllis Osborne
Dr. Vicki Olson
Computer Information Services
Dr. Wid Painter
Dr. Ed Piacentino
Ms. Risa Poniros
Area Coordinator —
Dr. Wanda Powers
Mr. Rick Proctor
Dr. Ronald Ramke
Mr. Kenneth Roseboro
Ms. Dean Royall
Mrs. Jennifer Sahhar
Mr. David Holt
Class of 1955
Mr. Holt recalls the traditions of HPC.
Many of them have disappeared over
the years and have been replaced
by new ones. During Homecoming
weekend, there were parades with
floats from the different organizations
on campus. Also gone from the High
Point College tradition is the May
Court. This was something similar to
the Homecoming court, only the big
ceremony took place around
something called a May pole. Mr. Holt
is currently the Registrar at High Point
Memories of HPC:
Dr. James Stitt
Class of 1967
Dr. Stitt transferred to HPC as a junior.
He remembers five of his closest
buddies who also transferred to High
Point from different junior colleges.
Together they were active in Oifferent
intramural sports, particularly football.
He recalls that not many students had
cars on campus which meant the
campus activities were the social
scene. Stitt was also active in the
Young Democrats Club. He is currently
a Political Science/History instructor at
Ms. Donna B. Sanders
Mrs. Mona Saunders
Mr. Jim Schlimmer
Ms. Georgeanna Sellars
Ms. Jean Shappiro
Mrs. Alice Sink
Dr. Gerald Smith
Ms. Dottie Souder
Assistant Dean of Students
Memories of HPC:
Dr. John Ward
Class of 1963
Dr. Ward doesn't recall there being a
parking problem because no one had a
car. In four years of intramural football, he
suffered only one broken bone. Probably
his most memorable experience, outside of
meeting his future wife, was the dreadful
freshmen beanie because he got caught
without his and was fined! Dr. Ward is now
a biology professor here at High Point
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Mr. James Speight
Mrs. Barbara Starnes
Mr. Jim Spessard
Dr. Richard Spong
Mr. Jerry Steele
Mrs. Catherine Steele
Dr. James Stitt
Ms. Carolyn Stout
Ms. Kay Stroud
Then and Now . . .
The other HPC
Mrs. Mona Saunders (1954)
Mr. Bob Davidson (1955)
Mr. Ray Alley (1966)
Men's Tennis Coach
Mr. Woody Gibson (1975)
Mr. Mike Ingram (1977)
Ms. Anne Miller (1977)
Mr. Tim Albert (1979)
Ms. Carol Branard (1978)
Mr. Rick Proctor (1979)
Mr. Mike Everrett (1985)
Ms. Susan Cox (1986)
Ms. Caroline Bums (1989)
Ms. Kristi Pierce (1989)
All 21 of the alumni were contacted about the
"Memories of HPC" and we printed the only
responses we received.
Dr. Marcia Thompson
MR — French
Mrs. Joyce Wainer
Dr. John Ward
Ms. Lucile Weatherman
Dr. Hall Warlick
Ms. Jutte Whitworth
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Ms. Marilyn Williams
Dr. Fred Yeats
Sue S. Aaron
Paige A. Atverez
Jay Ira Amemick
Vicky S. Anderson
Anita Leigh Andrews
Tanya Sue Apperson
William F. Baker, Jr.
Robert T. Balerna, Jr.
Tjark Albert Bateman
Janice Curry Beck
Stacey Lee Becker
Shannon D. Bentley
Denise Lynn Bickley
Robert Joseph Bistle
Noelle Genene Blank
Michael A. Bolden
Bradna Dell Bowers
Ralph Howard Bowman
James C. Boyles II
Muriel Louise Brady
Andrew Downum Brehm
Steven W. Brenneis
William F. Brewer
James Muldowney Burke
Molly Anne Bushong
George F. Byers
Janet Renee Byrd
Allison C. Chapman
Kevin Glenn Clement
Marni Beth Cohen
Susan Renee Collins
Ralph W. Collins, Jr.
Dana Frank Conte
Catherine Carmen Cook
Yolannda Yvette Cooper
William Joseph Coyle
Caroline Nora Cronin
Melissa Jo Crowder
Terry L. Cruthis
Sandra Lynne Cush
David Oliver Danley
Lisa Marie Dean
Andrew Casey Doil
Mary Beth Downs
Gregory Alan Drabik
Tammy Kay Duggins
Michelle S. Durtee
Jerri Lynn Edwards
Elizabeth R. Edwards
Robert Lee Edwards
John David Eisenhower
Theodora Lynn Fox
Gwendolyn Ann Freeman
Lisa Lorraine Freese
John C. French, III
Judy B. Gallman
Dexter Clive Glllmore
Cynthia Ann Gladding
Bryon Timothy Glime
Susan Patricia Godoy
Shanda Lynn Gordon
Shelly Lynn Gordon
Jeffrey Allen Grizzel
Ginger Allison Grubb
Jennifer Ashley Grubb
Kurt Richard Guyer
Jennifer A. Hambrick
Maymie Melissa Hammond
Charles Douglas Hanks
John B. Harrington
Amy Heather Harris
Jeffrey Darrell Harris
Otis Eugene Harris, Jr.
Pamela Kay Harrison
Alicia Jane Harriss
Deana Sue Hartman
Regina Lynn Hendrix
Michael K. Herndon
Carrie Lyn Hobson
Robert J. Hocutt, Jr.
Samuel Greg Hooker
Stephanie C. Hooker
William E. Hopkins
Corey Jason Howatt
Joseph Wistar, Huey IV
Amanda Mae Huff
150 Student Roster
Susan Carol Huff
Kristie J. Huneycutt
Brian Lloyd Jacobs
Sabina K. Jasinski
Dana Rene Johnson
C. Thomas Joseph
Richard M. Kappus
William Joseph Reams
Krista Danielle Kehn
Timothy Scott Kohns
Kevin Larry Kuester
Ellen Marie Lachin
Michael D. Lancaster
April Daphne Lang
Jeffrey Hal Lawrence
Laura Annette Lawson
Kathryn Anne Layson
Amy L. Leatherman
Kimberly A. Leonhardt
Baird Manion Little
Carl P. Little
Brooks F. Lockey
Sharon Denise Mabe
William V. Mallett
Cynthia E. Marzano
Gilbert M. Maxwell
Molly Jean McCain
Ann Louise McGrail
Lynda Wiley McHenry
Tracy Lynette Mclver
Thorns John McQuade
Paula Sue Mellinger
Jean Kay Mercer
Lisarae S. Miller
Eric Dean Molgaard
Suzanne Rene Morlang
Annemarie V. Mosca
Randy Jerome Norris
Pamella K. Oconnor
Michelle R. Okerlin
Cynthia Ann Overcash
Melanie Ann Parkinson
Stephen Emory Patton
Kimberly M. Payne
amille E. Pearce
aura Lea Peoples
Colleen Marie Perry
George Carter Petree
Lewis Eugene Petree
Stephen C. Piazza
Andrew M. Pierson
Joseph Laszlo Pinter
Carlos E. Prado III
William Alan Price
Courtnay Leigh Primm
Leena Amal Qubein
Jeff R. Quintavell
Frank 6. Rangoussis
Julie Deann Readling
David Lee Redd
William M. Roberson, Jr.
Mary Bowen Rogan
Suzanne Gail Ross
Michelle R. Saunders
Katherine J. Schneider
Sheryi Lin Scott
David Minear Shaffer
Theresa Louise Shea
Sandra Lynne Shore
Stephanie Leigh Sloop
Daniel Dean Smith
John Edwin Smith
David E. Snelling
Katherine Jill Snyder
Phillip Warren Spivey
Jennifer Joyce Stack
Paul Allen Sterling
David Stubblefield, Jr.
Brett Emerson Taylor
Julie Lynn Taylor
Mary Lisa Taylor
Joseph Bradley Teague
Lynn Frederick Terry
William S. Thomasson
Walter B. Thorburn III
Jeffrey Alan Thornton
Aaron Rayclark Tooley
Laura Kathryn Trexler
Carrie Lynn Tucker
Jlmena Ana Vargas
Kirstin M. Wachs
Karen Ruth Welch
Jonathan Stewart West
Derek Alexander Weygandt
Jennifer Marie Wieler
Kimberly Anne Wilson
William Graham Wilson
Rhonda N. Wright
Wendy B. Younts
Deborah Moss Zeringue
Alda Khalil Zumot
Carta Khalil Zumot
J. Austin Aley
Daniel Wade Alwine
Patrice C. Arsenault
Nina Jo Austin
Kelly Marie Baber
Paul Houston Baity
Orlando Luis Barrios, Jr.
Dana Carol Batten
Forrest W. Baugher
Samantha Lee Bauguss
William Michael Bell
Marc Robert Benou
Stephen Edward Betz
Scott B. Bishop
Arthur A. Blaicher III
Leslie Diane Blakely
Julie Ann Blink
Laura E. Boatwright
Gwen Ellen Bogar
Brian Andrew Boger
Anne Martha Brown
Rhonda Kay Brown
Larry Eugene Brown
Joseph Paul Burke
Mary Louise Burke
Christine Anne Cadley
Robert B. Calamari
Christian James Camp
Gregory T. Campbell
Leigh R. Capshaw, Jr.
Michael Jamison Casey
Anne Ferguson Cecil
Marion H. Chambers IV
Karen Elaine Chapman
Kelly Leigh Chapman
Phyllis S. Clabough
Thomas V. Clagett IV
Sheila Anne Clark
Carole V. Clement
Jaye Louis Cohen
Patrick Kevin Cole
Deana Marie Collins
Eric Nolan Collins
Michelle Lee Combs
Joseph N. Conforti
Rebecca Lynn Conrad
Katherine L. Cooper
Elizabeth E. Copes
Andrew L. Cornell
Harold L. Craddock III
Amanda Carol Craft
Leigh Ann Cross
Angela Dyan Dailey
Timothy Dale Dancy
William H. Daniel
Michelle Marie Dean
Pamela Lynn Dennis
Stacy Leigh Depew
James M. Douglas
Jerome David Drew
Ambrose G. Dudley
Leeanna Dibrell Dulin
Olga Julia Dunn
Fonda S. Easterling
Christian Amos Ebert
Philip John Fagans
David Michael Farsaci
Student Roster 151
Louis John Federico
Richard L. Ferrell III
Jeffrey Allan Firkin
Erica Jeanne Fischer
Huu Dung Fischer
Carolynn M. Flowers
Chrystal Ann Foley
Melissa Anne Frasier
Terry Gene French
Carol Lynn Frick
Richard Ervin Funk
Amie Jane Gates
Diane Frances Gerrish
Christopher T. Gilbert
Robert Jamse Gold, Jr.
Mario Antonio Gomez
Victoria E. Goodman
Tracy Lynn Greer
Beth C. Gregory
Christine Ann Grippa
Sharon D. Grizzell
Joseph Stanley Grose
Julie Kathryn Gunther
Stacey Chriss Gustafson
Linda Paige Gwattney
Kimberly Carroll Hall
John Knox Hamrick
Polly Ann Hamrick
Carrah Ann Hanson
Melanie Lee Harrison
Katriona Agnes Hay
Jenie E. Hayes
Jennie M. Heame
Lynn Nicole Heasiey
Monica Pearce Hedrick
Cynthia J. Herring
Judith Laureen Hicks
John Olegther High
Sharon Dennise Hiii
Jerry Michael Hollar
Denise Ann Holman
James Francis Homiak
Robert B. Hoskins III
Kathryn S. Hughes
Kevin Luis llarraza
Michael Jay Ingram
Mary L. Iselin
Sara Ware Janaske
Ronnie Dale Jewell, Jr.
William Blaine Jiron
Wayne Eric Johannessen
Cheryl B. Johnson
Krlsten E. Jones
Dorothy May Jordan
Leslie Ann Joyner
William Joseph Kienle
Anna Lee Kintigh
David G. Kitchen
Thomas Edward Kleean
Jarasoontom N. Korpa
Jamie Hugh Lawson
David Palmer Layton, Jr.
Gerald E. Leach
Jean Crouch Lewis
Michael J. Usansky
Andrew Maner Lisk
Amy E. Lockhart
Kimberly Renee Long
Melissa Joann Lowery
Samuel Coy Lowrey II
Mary Patrice Magrini
Pasi Matti Makinen
Mark David Mathers
Mark A. Matthews
Michael D. Matthews
Thomas J. McCaffery
Terry Dwayne McCauley
Kimberly Dawn McClary
John Welbert McCoy
Stacie A. McElroy
Charles Broocks McGirt
Kenneth Kirk McKay IV
Kerry Noele Mcknight
Teresa Dawn Melton
Sara E. Messick
Rebecca Lynn Miller
James Michael Moebius
Peter Edward Molloy
James Gregory Monroe
Maxine Yvone Monroe
Charles Moorefield, Jr.
Kimberly Ann Morcom
Tracey Lee Morris
Susan Voss Mosher
Larry Harold Musser
Juliet Rebecca Nace
Karen Anne Nasuta
Kevin Shane Neat
William Scott Newton
Janet Miller Norman
Keith Hardin Nye
Michelle Lynn Oakley
Kelle Lea Owens
Wilbur Edwin Pace
Angelia Leigh Palmer
Michael Brian Parker
Karen Sue Pendry
James John Perrone
Ferguson Peters, Jr.
Krista Louise Piercy
Karen Lynn Pitts
Charles C. Popper
Dale Wayne Porter
Christine L. Premock
Leigh Ann Price
Aileen Beth Radinsky
Balien J. Raffe
Joseph A. Ranucci
Christian Thomas Reed
Dewanna Jane Reid
Laura Frances Reid
Penny Brooker Rendle
Johnny Earl Rhodes, Jr.
Timothy Russell Rice
Kimberly Ann Richards
Laurie S. ftlchburg
Andrew Charles Ritchie
Anne Marie Roberts
Suzanne Marie Rocheleau
Jonathan Garry Roy
John Eric Royer
Veronica Rurhe Royer
David Karim Samuel
George Mohama Satt
Sharyn Teresa Sazama
Stacey Ann Scherer
Stacey Ann Schober
Karen Ann Scott
Sandra Lynn Selander
Michelle H. Sheets
R. Andrew Sheldrick
James Marcus Sholar
James Owen Shuriing, Jr.
Melissa Anne Shuskey
Paul Allen Simpson
Robert Stanley Simril
Amelia Beth Slavin
152 Student Roster
emitter Ellen Smith
chelle Lynn Smith
homas Lee Smith, Jr.
lames Glenn Snyder
'Joseph James Spellman
Roger Craig Steinkamp
Ronda Leona Stewart
Candy Gay Swing
Melissa Lee Switzer
James R. Telieysh
Julie L. Theberge
Katrina Adele Thies
Mary E. Thompson
ary M. Thompson
sseph Gregory Turner
i Leigh Turtle
Stephanie L. Turtle
Michael Carl Urian
Mark Joseph Vanblunk
Sean Allen Varner
Stephen Douglas Wall
Jett Latonia Walters
Barton Thomas Warren
Laura Meg Waters
Mlison Leigh Webb
" i Charlene White
lily Beth Whitley
ean M. Williamson
haron Lynn Wise
riy Ann Witty If j 6
lissa Lynne Yates
»rome N. Adams
in Marie Adams
sanor Cary Albright
lad H. Alqahtani
Alan Scott Ambrose
Kellie K. Amtower
Amy Marie Andrews
Christopher M. Andrews
Patrick Wayne Antrim
Jbert F. Arrigoni
Jeoffrey A. Arwood
Bbert Anthony Baiad
Kevin Scott Bailey
>ouglas J. Ballister
sslie Paige Banther
Ralph David Barber
Chad Edwin Barker
Michael J. Barringer
Jeffrey Dean Basset!
Constance T. Bates
Bryan Charles Baxter
Amy Denise Beale
John Christian Beale
Teresa Lynn Beavers
Katherine Lynn Beres
Robert Scott Bernard
Cheryl Lynn Berrier
imma Louise Berrier
Sarah Dawn Berrier
Barbara Ann Blake
Brian Lee Blankenship
Christine Lee Bond
Wilson R. Bounds, Jr.
David Patrick Bowers
Elizabeth Scott Bray
Griffin Leland Briggs
Tammey Renee Brooks
Charles Andre Brown
Craig Leonard Brown
Kendra Denise Brown
Micheie L. Brown
Rebecca Ellen Brown
Tabttha Ann Brown
Susan Lynn Bryan
Anita G. Buonassisi
Erica K. Buonassisi
Jason Atlan Burnette
Richard A. Caeace
Laura Lynette Cadle
John Brian Carey
Kristen E. Carper
George W. Chaboudy
Leah Dawn Chapped
Jamey Allen Charapp
Rodney G. Christensen
Alise Danette Clanton
Jacqueline Sue Clark
Mary Ellen Clark
Michael Gabric Claywell
John E. Cloud, Jr.
Fredric C. Clymer
Ryvonda, Delaine Coe
James Scott Combs
Jodi Allison Combs
Robert Wesley Combs II
Megan E. Condron
James Gregory Cook
Andrea P. Corbin
Thomas Eric Cox
John Vance Cox II
Edwlna Lorene Crady
Jennifer Audet Crane
Richard T. Cranford
Christina E. Craver
Patricia Ann Crouch
Joley Rene Crowe
Kenneth Crutchfield, Jr.
Annette G. Curley
Nils Patrick Dailey
Christopher V. Davis
Eric Neil Davis
Richard Francis Davis
Richard Terrelk Davis, Jr.
Mark Leonard Day
Lori Angela Deaton
Elizabeth C. Deming
Anita Louise Demosky
Susan E. Dickinson
Bonnie Jean Dillon
Kimberly Ann Dorsey
David Donald Doyle
Adam Charles Duff
David Paul Duncan
Shelby Phillips Duniap
Desmond G. Dutcher
Samantha Kaye Dutton
George D. Dyer, Jr.
Darrin Dwayne Edwards
William Lewis Eill
Allison V. Elledge
Andrea Leigh Elliott
Randy Scott Faircloth
Lisa Rebecca Farmer
William Jason Ferrall
Nancy J. Fitzgerald
Tricia Lyn Fleming
Samuel Drake Floumoy
Andrew James Flynt
Sara Louise Ford
Teresa Diane Fowler
Gerald J. Frasciello
Jonathan David Frazier
Jack Edward Frazier, Jr.
Wendy Michelle Furr
Eric Lee Gardner
Kenneth T. Gargiulo
Gerard Patrick George
Leslie Page Gill
Student Roster 153
Todd Hall Godbey
Kelll Jean Graham
Patrick Lee Graver
Matthew Carmine Green
Dana M. Greenfield
Richard G. Greenfield
Randy Kurt Gurley
Molly Harper Haggerty
Stacey Rebecca Hamer
James Jeffrey Hamlett
Julie E. Hancock
Lydia C. Hancock
Jonathan W. Haney
Paul Anthony Hanlin
Victoria Lynne Harden
Anna Boaz Harris
Steven James Harrison
Virginia E. Hays
Megan Jo Healy
Whitney E. Helms
Ingrid Joanna Hendrix
Bradley J. Hibbard
Michelle Elisa Hicks
Christina L. Highflll
Elizabeth Dawn Hill
Chad Michael Hodges
James Thomas Hodgin
Taff Elizabeth Hoff
Amber Elaine Holbrook
Wendy Denell Holmes
Kristyn H. Hoisworth
Blake Justin Horsiey
Jody Renee Horton
Clay Morgan Howard
Harry Slade Howell III
Jeffrey Arden Howie
Darren Lindsey Huber
Brian Scott Hucks
Kevin Guy Hudson
Donald K. Huggins
Donald Eric Hughes
Jay Andrew Hughes
Stephen Patrick Hughes
Tammy Kay Hughes
David Lee Hunter
Shannon E. Jessup
Jason Aaron Jodon
Greg Thomas Johnson
Theodora M. Johnson
Deborah Ann Jones
Michelle Ann Kazawic
James Alan Keith, Jr.
Lee Edward Kelly III
Janet Renee Kennedy
Terry Wayne Kersey, Jr.
Belinda Gayle Key
Amy Elisabeth Kidd
William H. Kilbride
Sangbaeck Anthony Kim
Timothy Blake King
Michael Derek Kizk
Margaret Lynn Knopf
Terrence A. Knuckles
Daniel F. Koehler
Scott Lee Kruger
Clarke Dean Langfitt
Sean Frederic Leary
Jill Shannon Lewis
Jonathan Earl Liberty
Sheila L. Lindsay
Michael Eugene Link
Robert M. Linker ill
Wendy Diane Loflin
William Danic MacGill IV
Douglas Carlton MacKey
Kristen Lea MacKey
Setti Daniel MacKin
Jennifer Ann Mallett
Sarah Ellen Mallett
Brian Patrick Marinoff
Simon Anthony Marks
Amy Lesper Marshall
Corey Ray Martin
Melissa K. Martin
Kirsten K. Martinson
Anthony Rex Mason
Carl Brinn Matthews
Timothy B. Matthews
Todd Andrew Matthiesen
Holly Rae McBurnie
Bradley C. McCollum
Kristen Marie McCoy
Phillip G. McGirt
Cara Leigh McGuire
Austin Deltk McGuire ill
Hieka S. McLaughlin
Cindy Vera McNichol
John M. McWilliams
Christopher J. Meadows
Ashley Hart Medford
Samanatha Adair Meyers
Pamela Ann Miller
Kathy Carter Mills
Juan Noel Miranda
Danny Bruce Money
Richard Francis Morg
Stephanie Ann Morris
Lamonte Lenny Morrow
Michael Ray Mullis
Thomas Harry Murn
Katherine A. Mustin
Samuel A. Nagel, Jr.
Charles David Nesbitt
Peter John Newman
Schelle D. Nicholson
Mark Andrew Nye
Douglas H. Oakford
Christian L. Obriant
Sharon P. Obrimski
Stephen M. O'Connor
Kyle John Odea
Paul Kearney O'Toole
James Bransford Pace
Jennifer M. Paetzold
Tricia K. Painter
Michael Anthontk Parillo
Amy Leigh Parker
Carl F. Parrish, Jr.
John T. Patterson, Jr.
Edward Michael Pattik
Brian Eugene Payne
Brian Shane Pegram
Kristine T. Pelensky
Mary S. Pendegraph
Anne Dlvina Percival
Drew Michael Peterson
Marcy Gail Phillips
James Eugen Polka
Norma Darlene Porter
Angela Denise Powell
Brian William Powell
Roger T. Predmore, Jr.
Angela Marie Prescod
Leigh Ann Proctor
Patrice Ellen Prokop
Serene Ghazf Qubein
Deborah Dawn Query
Kimberly M. Quinter
Brian Wayne Ragsdell
Mark Carter Rainey
Eyal Porat Rappoport
David Andrew Ratchford
54 Student Roster
Jamie Lyn Raymond
Scott Anthony Reefe
Jennifer Gail Reid
Kelly Ann Renwick
in Ingram Rice
jril Leigh Rightmire
lette M. Rizzitelli
javid Strupe Roland
Adam Scott Rosenberg
Wendy Kaye Ruiter
Andrew Thomas Russell
Sandra M. Sarnowski
;ith Edward Scott
»ert J. Sechrest, Jr.
nald Shane Shaw
i Lee Shelly
rid Coe Sherrill
Tammy Anne Shostak
David S. Shriver
Christine I. Shuford
Samantha Cuza Silva
Rhonda Gaye Simmons
Henry T. Simon III
Christian L Skidmore
James Michael Slawter
Brian Matthew Smith
Edward Laird Smith
Joseph William Smith
Robert Dale Smith
Soren James Smith
Stephanie A. Smith
Suzanne Lynn Smith
Todd Stephen Smith
David John Soens
|| Manuel Somoza
Ronald Paul Sotak II
Stephanie A. Spongier
fc Michael L. Sparrow
PKimberiy D. Spefker
Kristin Leigh Spencer
Joate Lynn Spurgeon
Marcella A. Squires
John David Stamps II
Scott Avery Stanley
Tiacey Joartn Stanley
Teresa D. Stansbury
George Paul Stappas
Robert Hardee Starling
Stacy Jo Steinbach
Brenda Michelk Straws
Donna Marie Sfutz
Lillian B. Sullivan
Aaron Alan Sumner
John Joseph Tague III
Paivi Marja Tapaninen
Edward Sidney Tapper
Franklin Dale Taylor
Henry Kyle Thompson
Adam Edward Thomson
Andrea M. Throne
James L. Trogdon III
Sarah E. Turnburke
Glenn King Unthank, Jr.
Reed W. Valentine
Jon Jay VanEtten
Charles E. VanWickle
Kristen Ann Vassallo
Paul Anthony Vitella
Angela Lorene Wagoner
Jami Lynn Walsh
Nathaniel C. Walsh
David Michael Warwick
Deborah Lynn Wellings
Heather Joy Wetzel
Mark Andrew Whltaker
Michael Todd White
Kristi M. Wilklns
Ashley Lynne Williams
Christina M. Williams
Jennifer S. Williams
Raymond H. Williams, Jr.
James V. Witmer III
Aaron Munro Wood
Mark Lawrence Woolsey
Robert Alvin Wooten II
Karen Michelle Worthy
Jonpaul G. Wright
Michael Anthony Zieg
Merrideth Ann Ziesse
Victor M. Zuczek, Jr.
Jamie E. Adams
Deborah L. Adcock
Amy R. Aitken
Christina A. Alaniz
Horace B. Aldridge, Jr.
David M. Alexander
Troy Edward Alexander
Charles Cliftolk Andrews
Daryl Neill Armstrong
Charish Gwendolws Arthur
Horacio Canevarhws Asbun
Michael Douglas Ashby
Alisha V. Atwell
Robert Varnon Bain, Jr.
Tabitha Ann Ball
Henry E. Barnes III
Alan Ross Barnhardt
Samuel Peteos Bartoletta
Travis Dewayne Bates
Hilda Paige Beane
Brian Raymond Becmer
Amy Beth Bell
Cecelia Bliss Bell
Helen Gonzalez Berg
Michael Richaos Berntsen
William David Berry
Charles Barrett Black
Brian Kelly Blacksten
Mary Anne Blakemore
Jennifer Shea Bowe
Bryan Knight Bowles
Fonda Y. Bowman
William Sudler Boyer
Kathleen Maridws Bradley
Helena E. Brady
Jennifer Adele Brams
Corene J. Brandt
Bayard B. Bray
Eric Auth Brewer
Ashley Carol Brim
Kevin James Brock
Lisa Ann Brown
Gary Darrin Bullins
John Burbage Hi
Usa Joy Burris
Julie Elizabeth Burner
Amy Sue Caldwell
David Matthew Callaham
Mark Garry Calvert
Crist! Lynn Campbell
Natalie Antoineos Copies
Lisa Ann Carey
Mharilouise Colk Cattell
Dana Diane Caudili
Crystal S. Chambers
Student Roster 165
Christopher J. Chaney
Gregory Derek Cioffi
Timothy David Clark
Sharon E. Clarke
Phillip Jason Coble
Brian Keith Coe
Michelle Leigh Coe
Christy Ann Colston
Vickie Ann Comer
Gary Thomas Cook
Brian Edward Cox, Jr.
John Harrison Craver
Kevin Douglas Cross
Marcus Bryant Cross
Mindy Hannah Crowe
Wendy Ann Cuccinello
Robert Douglas Curry
Craig Cameron Curty
Jeremy Lee Curler
Susan Young Cybulski
William Parker Davis
Glynn Polly Dawson
Anne Marie Devaro
Douglas P. Deveney
Samantha Sue Dillon
Sharon Lynne Doby
Judy C Donnelly
Terrence Redmolk Donovan
Jeremy Nethermark Dott
Kimberly Mikell Dow
Lynne Debra Drezin
Stephanie Ruth Driver
Douglas M. Edwards
Sean Kirk Egan
Tina Marie Eloian
Deborah Ann England
Lauren Katrin English
Robert A. Erdin III
Anne Louise Evans
Kimberly Dara Fagin
Melissa A. Ferguson
Deborah Lynn Ferraro
Tiffany Lynn Ferrera
Wendi Elizabeth Field
Donald Keith Fielding
Mitzi Annette Fields
Ana Marie Fiippin
Christopher J. Forst
Angela L. Fortner
Julie Anne Fox
Rebecca Ann Fox
Sallie Frances Frame
Jeffrey Alan Fulp
Todd Stevens Gillespie
Melissa Jean Gipson
Charles Sanders Goard
Wayne Robert Goldt
Dana Lyn Golinsky
Danny Gray Goodwin
William Robert Grant
Stephanie Lynne Gray
Mary W. Greer
Jason Matthew Griffin
David Milton Grove
Jennifer Lynn Grubbs
Bryan William Guffey
Elizabeth C. Gwaltney
Tara Ann Haithcock
Christy Iva Haie
Christopher J. Halgus
David Allen Hall
John William Hall
Kenneth Ray Handy
William Buckley Haney
Charlie Harris, Jr.
Cynthia Ann Harvey
Michael Cdie Hatfield
Lori Anne Hedgecock
Gary Chad Hedrick
Molly Lynn Heffernan
Lara Frances Heisler
Amanda C. Herrmann
Susan C. Hetherman
Maria Vaye Hill
Ellen E. Hinshaw
Alisha Donnell Hodges
John F. Holloway
Jennifer P. Holmes
David Scott Honeycutt
Curtis William Hoover
Stephanie Dawn Hopper
Wendy Kay Horton
Suzann Lynne Houser
Jennifer A. Hughes
Lori Ellen Hurley
Matthew Scott Hurley
Kenneth Scott Hux
Michael S. Jarman
Edward Angus Johnston
Brett Edward Jones
Darren Steven Jones
Kimberly Ann Jones
Shannon Elian Jones
David Brent Joye
Jennifer Marie Kalil
Lorrice Ann Kanakry
Joanna Kathryn Kaney
David Matthew Keller
Owen David Kelly
Gary Alan Kersey
Andrew Kidwell III
Ariene Michelle King
Darren James Kfrby
Walter Willard Kiser
Barry Stephen Kitley
Michele Beth Kovner
Lysa Stephani Kravitz
Michele Lynn Kuzmick
Edwin Lancion Lagrama
Sara Catherine Lamb
Micheal Lambert, Jr.
Marie Kelley Lane
Matthew John Larkin
James Travis Last
David Goodwin Leffler
Damon Scott Light
Sandy Michelk Lightfoot
Tara Phelps Lindiey
Julie Christian Liner
Mary Margaret Linker
Jason Dale Lundstrum
Cathlyn Frances Lynch
Deanna Lavon Mabe
Karen Anne Mahota
Mitchell Todd Maraney
156 Student Roster
}lay Daniel Marion
aren Ellen Marks
i Felipe Marquez
Gwendolyn Anne Martin
Lisa Marie Mateer
Alexis Glynn Mays
Susan E. McCracken
i Lauri Anne McGarrlgan
Julie E. McNamara
Drew A. McNaughton
Jonathan Todd McVey
Tracy Lynn McWiliams
grollne S. Mechler
riarlene Freek Meeker
Jennifer Ann Merritt
Kelley Suzanne Metz
Imothy James Meyler
Isa A. Milhous
arren Chadwick Miller
oson Charles Mills
(imberly Ann Mingus
Sara Pucker Mock
Heather M. Moore
vlenn Carl Muhr
John Robert Mulvaney
Bessie Brown Murphy
Tonya Lynn Murrell
Timothy Ray Myers
Sean Michael Neary
Caroline Carr Nichols
James Fitzgerald Noel
Franki Renee Norris
Ellse Ann Nowak
Timothy Braun O'Keefe
Katherine Page Olsen
Darrell L. Olson
Elizabeth Ann Palmer
Garrett David Parker
Sherry Patterson mik
Jamie Thomas Payne
Timothy Joel Peddle
Michael Allen Penry
Walter Lawrence Perez
Gregory M. Pernell
Elaine Suzanne Peters
Jennifer Michel Petri
Kristan Lynn Pfeifer
Kyle Andrew Pike
Gregg Steven Plnsky
Julie Lee Poll
Brenda Kaye Poston
Robert Matthew Profita
Colleen Mary Proulx
Richard Chad Purgeson
Michael H. Qufgley
Erin Marie Quinn
Michael David Ray
Jennifer Lee Raymond
Matthew Scott Reck
Andrew Brooks Reitz
John Charles Reitz
Ricky Lee Reynolds
Marion Rinehart III
Julie Ann Roberson
Andrew Fredric Robinson
Michael H. Roccia II
James Michael Sammons
Rosa Lea Scarboro
Donald Bently Schmeer
Jill C. Schroeder
Tobias S. Scibelli
Hugh Forrest Scruggs
Jason Shane Seedorf
John Arthur Sellers, Jr.
Laurie Anne Sheets
Charles Madios Shelton, Jr.
Brian Lee Shipwash
Todd Wesley Shoemaker
Justine Jones Shuford
Suzanne Beth Sielaty
Jill Ann Simmons
Jonathan Fox Simons, Jr.
Paul Thomas Simpers III
Suzette Lynn Skidmore
Erika Dawn Skinner
Cynthia Ree Smith
Julie Michelle Smith
James Speight III
Alexandra Ives Sprigg
Robert Alfred Staab
Cary Scott Stancil
Jeffrey Craig Strawser
Neil Stacy Street
Jason Douglas Sullivan
Jennifer Ann Swadley
Crystal Fay Swaim
Donald Scott Sweeney
Fred David Taylor
Daniel Michael Vasti
Victor Vido Venier, Jr.
Matthew Jeremy Vernon
Andrea Lynne Vlener
Andrew Dixon Wade
Jennifer Ann Walters
Margaret Mary White
Brian James Whiteford
Robert Edward Wilcox
Angelina Ann Williams
Keena Dayl Williams
Lewis Erwin Williams
John Myron Williams II
Ashley Anne Wills
Delia Nevada Wimmer
Patricia Ann Winne
Christine P. Winner
James J. Wollard III
Laura Benttey Wood
Kathy Lynn Woodward
Gerald F. Wooten
William L Worthy
Christopher A. Wright
Joseph Charles Wright
Susan Frances Yohrling
Rodney Todd Young
Samer Adnan Yousef
Taher Adnan Yousef
Richard Allen Zois
Student Roster 157
Zenith Star Patrons
Beverly & Sam Beale
Ronald L. Cioffi
Michael J. Ferrera
J. Edward Flournoy
Richard A. Palmer
Donald J. Scott
Charles M. Shelton
P. Thomas Simpers, Jr.
Robert S. Veiner
Greg D. Cioffi
Samuel D. Flournoy
Elizabeth A. Palmer
Karen & Gail Scott
Andrea Lynne Viener
Year of Graduation
Donald C. Alwine
Sara E. Messick
Charles Clifton Andrews
William S. Mitchell
Robert W. Austin
Nina J. Austin
Bob & Rita Mosca
Anne Marie Mosca
Lester P. Needle
Charles E. Nesbift
C. David Nesbitt
Robert H. Bates
Constance T, Bates
Danny Nicholson, Sr.
Schelle Dianna Nicholson
Thomas A. Betz, Sr.
Steve A. Betz, Jr.
Roy C. Oakford
Douglas H. Oakford
Francis J. O'Brimski
Robert J. Bristle
Joe B. Owens
Blaine Jiron Owens
Bruce & Thelma Boger
David L. Brams
Ferguson E. Peters
Ferguson E. Peters, Jr.
Norman J. Peters
Robert & Carol Petri
Calvin J. Coe
Brian K. Coe
Karen Lynn Duschaneck
Marion H. Chambers, III
Michael R. Prokop
Stephen & Patrice Prokop
Millard V. Crouch
Patricia Ann Crouch
Leena A. Qubein
Kenneth E. Crutchfleld, Jr.
Alfred E. Curty
Leonard A. Qulnn
Erin M. Quinn
James B. Dailey
Angela D. Dailey
Aileen Beth Radinsky
Hunt Davis, Jr.
Richard F. Davis
Marris A. DeVaro
James W. Raymond
Jamie & Jennifer Raymond
Wayne M. Dillon
Samantha Sue Dillon
Nell E. Dorsey
Mrs. Patricia P. Reed
Christian Thomas Reed
J. Barry Elsenhower
Charles R. Ritchie
Andrew C. Ritchie
Marvin C. Frame, Jr.
David A. Rockwell
James D. Frazier, Jr.
Jonathan D. Frazier
Dr. John G. Roland
David S. Roland
George D. Gates, III
Amie Jane Gates
Norm Drezln Anita Goldberg
Jill C. Schroder
Barbara Bidwell Gray
Charles H. Gray
David M Grove
Kurt R. Guyer
Sandra Lynn Selander
Ralph & Linda Hambrick
Robert G. Shore
Sandra L. Shore
Otis E. Harris
Andrew A. Silva
William F. Harriss
Alicia Jane Harriss
Jonathan F. Simons
Jonathan F. Simons, Jr.
Zed C. Hayson
Kathryn Anne Layson
Robert L. Spencer
Kristen L. Spencer
Karl V. Hetherington
Michael D. Hodges
Royce D. Holloway
John Frederick Holloway
Melissa I. Swendell
Dr. Slade Howell
Rene D. Teatmeyer
Stephen W. Teatmeyer
Richard C. Jodon
Jason A. Jodon
Rev. Henery C. Thompson
H. Kyle Thompson
Lee Edward Kelly, Jr.
Donald R. Tuttle
Janet R. Kennedy
William A. Vitella
Paul A. Vitella
Don & Dolly King
Walter W. Vuncannon
Jeffery A. Fulp
Lysa S. Kravitz
Thomap J. Warren, Jr.
Amy Lynette Leatherman
Robert F. Welner
Jennifer M. Weiner
Bob & Mary Anna Wilcox
Cornelius J. Lynch
John D. Williams
John M. Williams
Benjamin Marks, Jr.
William L. Williams
Helen G. Mattota
Karen Anne Mahota
Susan F. Yohrling
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A day you will never forget — that
dreaded first day of High Point
College. At first, it seemed like no one
was on your side, even Mom and
Dad were leaving you. Many times
you were lonely, and of course, you
were the only one, but in reality, there
were many more like you. The one
thing that did help was orientation
and the Student Staff that went along
with it. Even though the meetings were
boring, you must admit that every little
bit helped in the adjustment of
leaving home for an adventure into
Orientation at High Point College
took on a different look this year, The
Staff and Core both changed their
names. Formerly the Orientation Crew,
the name became Student
Orientation Staff, SOS for short. The
Core Leaders became the Orientation
Committee. With Mandy Huff's
guidance and spirit, the staff made it
through that early morning mandatory
breakfast and took the Class of '93
under their wing to start them down a
long road of great HPC memories.
During Freshman Orientation, SOS
sponsored several events between the
mandatory meetings. The first
afternoon there was a picnic in the
Smith Library Courtyard. Entertainment
was provided by a juggler. That same
evening the Club Coca-Cola dance
took place in the Harrison Gym.
Sunday night SOS put on the annual
beach party at the local YMCA.
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Harvey is a fictional play about a
man who finds delight in his "pal",
Harvey, an invisible 6 ft. white rabbit.
His friends try to commit him to an
asylum, with much distress. After a
while, all go crazy with trying to
This play takes place in Salem,
Massachusetts where a young girl is
found to be possessed with the devil.
Hidden secrets keep others from
finding out the reason for the young
girl's illness. As time goes on the
secrets are revealed and the truth is
made known. The town has been
shaken up over the whole ordeal to
the extent of tearing practically
everyone's family apart. In the end not
only is John Proctor accused of being
the child of the devil and for
committing adultery with Abigail
Williams but is sentenced to a guilty
The story takes place in Oscar's
I apartment where all the guys are
joined at playing cards, Oscar is
divorced and by the look of the
messy apartment it's no wonder why
his wife left him. Felix, the last to arrive,
has just been separated from his wife
also. The guy is so shaken up that his
friends are reluctant to let him go to
the bathroom by himself for fear he
might commit suicide. The two
traumatized friends end up bunking
together. Their living arrangement
proves their failures in their marriages.
Even though the situation is quite sad,
the comedy side keeps one laughing.
Dancing On The
Many events take place
during the year, but none as
exciting as Homecoming. Every
year the students of High Point
College gather for one weekend
of fun and dancing.
On Friday, November 3, 1989,
Student Union kicked off its
Homecoming festivities with the
annual Talent Show, held in the
Co-ordinated by Leah
Chappell, this years Talent Show
was the best yet. First place went
to Sea Offer's Cabbage, a four
man acoustic band. The
highlight of the show, was 6 year
old Latoya Williams, who
danced to "Fight the Power", by
Public Enemy. The Masters of
Ceremony, Al Arrigoni and
Kathy Hughes got the crowd
involved and showed definite
enthusiasm towards the show.
Everyone involved with the show
had an extraordinary
On Saturday, November 4,
1989, the annual Homecoming
Dance was held at Top of the
Mart. Student Union sponsored
the dance and live music was
provided by Marble Faun. There
was excitement in the air when
Ron Dalton, Student Union
advisor, announced the history
making tie for First Runner-up.
Kathleen Mudd, who
represented Kappa Delta, and
Stacy DePew, who represented
Alpha Gamma Delta, shared this
honor. The biggest excitement of
the night was when Carrie-Lyn
Hobson, who represented
Lambda Chi Alpha, was
crowned the 1989 Homecoming
Queen. The dance was well
attended by many alumni,
faculty, and current students.
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senting Zef a Tau Alpha. seating Student Union. seating the Junior Class.
Stacey DePew escorted by Tjark Bateman repre- Kathleen Mudd escorted by Don Muggins repre-
senting Alpha Gamma Delta. senting Kappa Delta.
Stacey Depew and Kathleen Mudd Tied for First runner up.
Kathy Hughes escorted by Andy Brehm repre-
senting Tower Players.
Amanda Huff escorted by Jay Amernick repre-
Appeal . . .
Each year several students from
High Point College have the
opportunity to participate in study
abroad programs in England and
France. HPC offers two programs in
England, one at Leeds and one in
London. The Leeds program offers a
junior year abroad to students with a
3.0 or higher GPA. Theresa Shea and
Kristi Hunneycutt represented HPC at
Leeds University. The Spring Semester
program in London reauires a 2.5 or
higher GPA Anne Mosca, Marni
Cohen, Charles Popper and John
Smith participated in this program in
conjunction with Elon College.
Across the Chanel in France,
Sharyn Sazama studied for a year at
the University of Montpellier, Paul
Valery was in the South of France.
Sharyn 's program was available
through Westchester University in
Pennsylvania. There is also a Spring
Semester in Paris offered through
Guilford College. Last Spring Alda
Zumot, Thomas Duez, and Michelle
Durfee represented HPC.
HPC promotes study abroad
because it is a valuable learning
experience which includes much
more than just classroom academics.
When asked about her year abroad,
Kristi Hunneycutt responded
enthusiastically, "I wouldn't trade the
experience of sharing the British
culture for anything, I learned so much
about myself and my own country as
well as Great Britian." Sharyn Sazama
was equally as enthusiastic saying,
"Being abroad really gave me
self-reliance and a sense of
independence, I hope to return in
May to pursue graduate studies."
High Point College not only sends
students abroad but welcomes
students from other countries as well.
Visiting from other countries are . . .
Al Qantani, Emad
Kim, Sangbaeck (Tony)
Mirada, Juan (U.S. Citizen)
Prado, Carlos (U.S. Citizen)
Samuel, David Karim
Somoza, Jose (Pepe)
U.S. Virgin Islands
A clockwise summary of the
pictures. Teresa Shea at a fruit stand
in England. A busy street corner in
Japan (taken by Lynn Heasley). Kristi
Huneycutt touring the countryside of
England by mo-ped. Jana Voss waits
patiently in a crowded airport tor her
return trip back to the states. Teresa
Shea stands in front of the Eiffel Tower
with a friend.
A Fight for Freedom
In May of 1989, thousands of
students crowded the streets of Bejing,
China to protest the communist ruling
of their country. It first began as a
harmless protest, but as the number of
protesters grew, so did the hostilities
from the government. Military troops
were sent into the city to clear the
people from the streets. The 3-week
old protest ended in bloodshed.
Thousands of protesters lost their lives
in what was called the Tienpan
On August 22, 1984, Gregory Lee
Johnson participated in the burning of
an American flag during the
Republican National Convention in
Dallas as part of a political protest. He
was later arrested, charged with the
"desecration of a venerated object,"
and sentenced to one year in prison
and a $2000 fine. Nearly five years
later, through the system of appeals,
the case of Texas vs. Johnson was
being heard by the Justices of the US
Supreme Court. Their later decision to
protect flag-burning under the first
ammendment has caused much
controversial turmoil and debate.
In September, high winds and
heavy rains abused the Southeast
Coast of the Atlantic. This brutal storm
was affectionally known as Hurricane
Hugo. The most damage was done in
Charleston, SC. Hugo flattened
thousands of residential homes and
destroyed most of the historical
downtown district. Also hard hit by the
storm was Puerto Rico, the Dominican
Republic, and the Bahamas. Here in
High Point, many trees were knocked
down over power lines and telephone
After two victories over the San
Francisco Giants, the Oakland A's
were well on their way to winning the
1989 World Series when a devastating
earthauake struck the San Francisco
Bay Area on October 17, 1989, just
minutes before Game Three of the
Series was to begin. Despite the
shocking reality of what was going on
around them and a ten day delay
before the series resumed play, the
A's went on to sweep the series in four
Abortion ... is there a modern
solution for an ancient problem? Is it
right or wrong? Who makes the
decision? Earlier this year, the US
Supreme Court was faced with the
decision of either upholding Roe v.
Wade or of outlawing abortion. The
final decision was not national but
was to allow each state to decide.
Where the issue of abortion is headed
to is undetermined. Only Time holds
HPC '89 CROP
On a sunny September afternoon
over 100 High Point College students
gathered together to participate in
the college's first annual CROP Walk.
The walk was sponsored by S.G.A.
and the Office of Student Life in
conjunction with the local Urban
What exactly is CROP? It raises
money to help stop world hunger.
Seventy-five percent of the money
goes overseas to the different third
world nations and the other 25% stays
in the community. In High Point, the
money goes to aid the homeless
shelter, the Father's Table. High Point
College students together raised
nearly a thousand dollars.
There were several organizations
represented in the CROP Walk, Those
groups participating were Kappa
Delta Sorority, Lambda Chi Alpha
Fraternity, Alpha Gamma Delta
Sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity,
Theta Chi Fraternity, the International
Club, Alpha Delta Theta, and GET HIP.
Sunday September 29, the day of the
walk, proved to be a beautiful day
and a lot of fun for everyone who was
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On any given afternoon the first few
weeks of school, the intramural field is
the place to be. Whether you're out
there to participate or watch Ultimate
Frisbee — HPC's most popular
intramural sport — you're bound to
have a great time. This year, the sunny
days helped make Ultimate even
more exciting. The teams were all
terrific sports — disregarding records!!
Everyone was well represented from
the fraternities to the independent
team, The Oystermen. The most
exciting games were the playoffs, This
year the Sig-B team beat the Pika-A
team. This was the first time a B team
has done this, and the Championships
matched the Sig-A team against the
Theta Chi-A team. After a very
exciting game, the Theta Chi team
became the 1989 Frisbee Champs.
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Last spring the Greeks battled it out
amongst themselves in the 1989 Greek
Week. Each fraternity was paired up
wfth a sorority for the occasion.
Together they participated in events
such as tug-of-war, field games,
jeopardy, letters switching, and a
The objective of the week was to
build stronger unity between the
Greeks and to promote school spirit.
The week ended with a big Greek
bash at Country Roads. A good time
was had by all and the week was a
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Pi Kappa Alpha
Delta Sigma Phi
Zeta Tau Alpha
Alex Cole, Oct 28, 1989
Entertainment at High Point College
was easy to find this year. From
Comedians to lectors, everyone could
find his own point of interest. The year
was kicked off with the traditional
Orientation Party held in Harrison Hall.
The Freshmen, and those select
upperclassmen, were treated to CluP
Coca-Cola, a video DJ type dance.
The following weekend, once all the
upperclassmen were back, Student
Union sponsored the annual Welcome
Back Dance. This year, "Innovations"
provided a blend of dance favorites
for the party. Throughout the rest of the
year, Student Union sponsored many
great musical acts (Earthwood, Ashley
Clevelana, and Livingston Taylor), as
well as, some terrific comedians (Don
Reed, Alex Cole, and Emo Phillips). All
in all, this year's entertainment turned
out to be the best we've had in a
Ashley Cleveland, Sept. 27.
the City of
High Point, North Carolina is the sixth
largest city in the state. The name,
High Point, came from a surveyor of
the North Carolina Railroad. The city
was so named because in the 1800's
it was the highest point on the
By the turn of the century, the
railroad was the lifeline of the city,
and as a result, High Point became a
major manufacturing center. The
success and growth of High Point is
due to young entrepreneurs, such as
Tom Wrenn, J.H. Tate, and E.A. Snow.
They joined forces to form the High
Point Furniture Company in 1888.
Furniture manufactures were attracted
to the city because of the abundance
of hard woods, the good
transportation facilities, and the
availability of labor. By 1900, there
were 33 manufactures present in the
High Point began to expand to
other business in the early 1900's. The
first hosiery mill began production in
1904, which followed the opening of
Wachovia Bank & Trust Company in
1902. A commercial club formed in
1915 to serve business and social
purposes. In 1919, it became the
Chamber of Commerce. In 1917, an 8
man police force began patrol, and
an 18 man fire department began
protecting the city.
In 1924, a dream held for years in
the hearts and minds of High Point
residents became a reality. High Point
College was built and opened for
both men and women.
In 1963, High Point was named the
"All American City." Since then, High
Point has continued to grow and
prosper. It still remains a major city
within the U.S. and is considered the
Furniture and Hosiery Capital of the
Tornado Sends Class of '89
Out in a Whirlwind
Traditionally set for the front lawn of
the Wrenn Building, Commencement
exercises for the Class of 1989 had to
be moved inside the Alumni Gym due
to the tornado that struck the night
before the event. High winds and
heavy rains knocked down telephone
lines and left most of the High Point
area without power. Repair crews
were up most of the night working to
restore the power for Saturday's
On May 6, 1989, High Point College
graduated 319 students, the largest
class ever. Of these 319 graduates, 211
were awarded bachelor of science
degrees, and 108 were awarded
bachelor of art degrees. Forty-six
students graduated with academic
honors. Along with honoring the
graduates on their achievements,
High Point College recognized two of
its well-known and much loved
professors. Dr. Cole, a Professor of
History, and Dr. Weeks, a Professor of
Biology, both announced their
retirements last year. During
Commencement, both were honored
for their services to HPC. Despite the
weather, Commencement '89 turned
out to be a success.
May 6, 1989
Sitting at my desk,
I glance out the window.
I see things . . .
the trees, dogwoods and pines,
the flowers, irises and daffodils,
swaying back and forth
in a gentle breeze.
These things we take for granted.
These things are a sign of Spring,
yet it's cold.
No one can explain the weather
or why it changes.
And, we still don 't know why humans
go through change.
The theory of change may never be
but we must accept it.
And, we must try to survive —
What is tomorrow? Where is it?
And when will it get here?
This is a world of yesterdays and
and each tomorrow becomes both.
Yet within each tomorrow, there
is a special detail, hope.
This carries us through each today
makes sure there was a yesterday
and will be a tomorrow.
There comes a time
When you must learn
That the world is yours to have.
Just go for what
you want the most
And believe it's all there is.
If life blocks your dreams.
Then there's only one thing to do.
Take a while to figure out
Just what you really want.
Life is wonderful even with obstacles.
Just go for what you want.
With the changing of the leaves,
came the changing of our lives.
From the fall of the seasons,
arrived the rising of our hopes.
New doors were opened to
and old doors were closed.
Old friendships were rekindled,
while new ones awaited.
A year of new beginnings
became realized and our goals
were all as one.
Take a look around the world,
just see what God has made.
Look at all the flowers and trees.
Just look — God had no aid.
The love of God is ever-present,
you can see it in the swaying trees.
Look at all the birds and insects.
God even made the bees.
We should take the time to notice our
just to see what God has made.
Take the time to smell the flowers.
Just look — God had no aid.
this is the life!
Stop! Take some time to look around you. Appreciate the friends and fortunes that surround you. Make a point to
fill your days with Peautiful memories for the future. These are the days to remember and before you know it time
will slip through your hands. So hang on tightly to the memories of today and leave no regrets for tomorrow.
1989-90 ZENITH Editor